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webs and egg sacs
female: 10 mm|
male: 6.5 mm
Under logs or in leaf litter
Unknown so treat with caution
The above spider has much in common with Nucastia supunnoides, as described by R. Raven
of Queensland Museum. It has the same smoothly domed head region, the dusting of white hairs on the carapace and legs, and the
three white chevron marks at the rear of the dorsal abdomen. However, its other markings don't perfectly match those seen on
verified images of N. supunnoides so it could be an undescribed but related Nucastia species.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Some other corinnids, especially Nucastia supunnoides, and even some gnaphosids.
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Last updated 2 February 2017.