Spiders of Australia: an introduction to their classification, biology and distribution
"This book introduces the Australian spider fauna and includes many species that are well known to Australian biologists, naturalists, gardeners and pest controllers. This book provides for the first time information on a vast spectrum of the Australian sp"
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5-6 mm males abdomen amongst Arachnida Araneidae Australian Araneidae Australian Museum Australian species Australian spiders bark biology and behaviour bite Body and legs body length Brisbane burrow census of Australian cephalothorax Cephalothorax and legs chelicerae colour pattern Commonly known dark brown darker Description Desidae diameter Dipluridae Distribution dorsal surface dry sclerophyll forests egg-sac contains egg-sac measuring eggs Eucalyptus female constructs flies foliage genera genus grey Habitat heathlands Hersiliidae history and habits Huntsmen Spider Journal of Zoology Keyserling Koch leaf Lycosidae Males are similar marks mating mature spiders feed Memoirs moths mygalomorph mygalomorph spiders non-glutinous pairs of legs pale Pholcidae Photograph prey Queensland Museum RAinbow rainforests Records Red-back Spider residential areas Salticidae sclerophyll silken retreat silken threads similar in colour similar to females slightly smaller South Wales Storena Sydney Funnel-web Spider Thomisidae Thorell trees Uloboridae usually Victorian Naturalist webs Western Australia Wolf Spiders Woodlands World species yellow