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Araneus talipedatus (VF)|
(or a closely related species since there is evidence that there may be several species or subspecies
presently under this name)
female: 9 mm|
male: 7 mm
This spider is likely to be found on green leaves in eucalypt forests where the variations in its colour scheme probably serve to provide camouflage
This species probably is not hazardous to humans but should still be handled with caution
Note that many of the spiders presently classified as being either Araneus or Eriophora species are in urgent need of taxonomic revision. Both the generic and
the species names shown for the spider shown on this page may therefore be changed in the near future. Note also the variability in colour scheme presented by individuals
of this species as shown in the obove images.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Araneus circulissparsus.
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Last updated 2 December 2017.