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webs and egg sacs
(see notes below)
On many surfaces, including leaves, twigs and tree trunks
This species has unknown toxicity but a bite is unlikely to lead to more than temporary local pain and inflammation
The generic name shown above for this spider is uncertain but according to Jerzy Proszynski this spider
is considered to be an undescribed North Queensland Euryattus species and certainly does have a body shape reminiscent of the better known Euryattus bleekeri.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Quite a few other salticid species.
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Last updated 23 April 2014.