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webs and egg sacs
(this identification is as suggested by Volker Framenau)
female: about 6 mm?|
male: about 5 mm?
Almost nothing is known about the preferred habitat of this tiny species
Too small to be dangerous
The identity of this species is necessarily uncertain because the place where it was found is unknown to the author and it is unusual in being
a melanic form of a species that presumably normally has the same pale colouring as other Demadiana species. Because it is uniformly black the only
way its species name might be determined would be by a careful examination of its genitalia, which was not done.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Some other very small and dark coloured spiders.
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Last updated 23 April 2017.