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Semi-coppered Heavy Jumper

Hyllus semicupreus


Heavy bodied jumper spiders can be seen commonly among foliage and within tree trunks. They construct oval, thick silken webs on the underside of leaves, such as the leaf spikes of coconut trees.During the daytime, the sac is uninhabited, and when night falls, the male occupies the sac. But sometimes, it was found that the female also inhabited it on several nights.

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Ashutosh Dudhatra
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Ashutosh Dudhatra

Vijaynagar, Gujarat, India

Spotted on Aug 1, 2019
Submitted on Aug 1, 2019

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