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"A small to medium-sized ambush hunter on foliage, waiting with outstretched arms for insects and other arthropods to come wthin range. It has a longer, narrower abdomen than many other similar Arkys species." - Arachne.org.au
Sightseeing from the tip of an Acacia leaf in a nature reserve with mostly medium to tall eucalyptus.
Synonyms - Arkys clavatus Keyserling, 1890; Arkys nitidiceps Simon, 1908
Found throughout mainland Australia's east coast and hinterland, mostly in the southern states.
Name changed to Arkys walckenaeri
Spotted on Oct 11, 2013
Submitted on Oct 20, 2013
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