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Tetragnatha bituberculata |
(identification by C. Okuma)
female: 12 mm|
male: 10 mm
Often in small webs (see below)
Probably harmless to humans
This species is commonly found in small orb webs near or along creek banks and the edges of swamps but often is not noticed because of its habit of resting on twigs with all legs pointing fore and aft.
Known Range: This species is known in Darwin but mainly is found in parts of North Queensland, South-east Queensland and Northern NSW.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Tetragnatha demissa and some other Tetragnatha species.
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Last updated 15 January 2022.