A spider usually found in leaf litter with a distinctive pattern of white marks (10) on a mostly black body. Nyssus albopunctatus mimics mimic female mutillid wasps. ♀ 9mm ♂ 7mm
- Spider on twig
- Spider showing underside
- Another female, from above facing down
- Another female, from above facing left and slightly up
- Another female, from above facing left
Spider on twig
This spider was photographed on Monday, 7 April 2008 at Walton Bridge Reserve, The Gap, in an area of dry rainforest with a lot of leaf litter. There were several individuals about.
Spider showing underside
This Supunna sp ended up on its back (upside down) and lay there for some minutes, quite still, before righting itself and running off.
Another female, from above facing down
Corinnidae > Supunna albomaculata also Supunna funerea body length about 10mm collected in leaf litter at 7.30am Friday, 5 June 2009 at northern side of junction of Fish and Enopggera Creeks.