Size: 5mm. Probably not a fully matured one. Very colorful Sp. Found on a roadside bush.
Tropical forest and shrubs.
Spotted this one for probably the fourth time. Notes from wikipedia: The male is very slender. Its carapace is orange-red, with a narrow bluish-white, iridescent transverse stripe between the eyes. The robust chelicerae do not point forward. The long scutum of the opisthosoma is dark brown and covered with dense, bronze-colored hairs. The long legs are brownish-yellow, with the first pair, and the last segments of the others brown.
Lat: 23.87, Long: 90.27
Spotted on Oct 8, 2011
Submitted on Oct 11, 2011
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