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Neoscona inusta |
(or perhaps Neoscona notanda; ID is as shown below)
female: about 6-8 mm|
male: about 5-6 mm
This spider typically builds a small orb web between branches of shrubs
This spider, which is small and non-aggressive towards humans
The identity of this spider is based on the following paper: Framenau V.W. (2019) "Generic and family transfers and nomina dubia
for orb-weaving spiders (Araneae, Araneidae) in the Australasian, Oriental and Pacific regions" Evolutionary Systematics 3 1-27.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Neoscona theisi.
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Last updated 15 October 2019.