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Cymbacha saucia (RM)
female: 7 mm|
male: 4 mm
This species is usually found in a retreat formed from a folded leaf
Unknown but this species has very small fangs and does not appear to be aggressive towards humans
Distinguishing features of this spider are its body shape and the pattern of markings on its upper abdominal surface, although these markings vary somewhat in appearance from specimen to specimen.
Known range: Recorded from Cairns, South-east Queensland, Longreach, Northern NSW, ACT, Adelaide, and Geraldton.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Cymbacha festiva.
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Last updated 23 January 2022.