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Gray wall Jamper

Menemerus bivittatus

Description:

#Distribution Menemerus bivittatus is cosmopolitan in distribution being common in most tropical regions. #Description Gray wall jumpers are dorso-ventrally flattened and are covered with short dense, grayish-white hairs. There are tufts of dark brown bristles near the large, forward-facing eyes. #Biology The female gray wall jumper builds an eggsac in a crack or other concealed position in which she lays 25 to 40 eggs in a purse-like silken case. She guards the eggs until they hatch in about three weeks time after which the young spiders disperse

Habitat:

Man-made structure

Notes:

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DebabrataDeb
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DebabrataDeb

Tripura, India

Lat: 24.32, Long: 92.01

Spotted on Mar 27, 2019
Submitted on Mar 27, 2019

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