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Australian Hunting Spiders



Ground Spiders

Spotted Ground Spider
(Storena sp)
Spotted Ground Spider
The Spotted Ground Spider has black body with yellow spots on the abdomen. The legs are brown or black. It is a rover and can move rapidly. Click to continue>

Huntsman Spiders

Water Spider
(Dolomedes sp)
Water Spider
This Dolomedes water spider is brown with a white border round the head and white markings on the sides. It looks a bit like a wolf spider but does not have a large pair of eyes in centre like wolf spiders. It can run on the surface of the water. Click to continue>
Brown Huntsman Spider
(Heteropoda jugulans)
Brown Huntsman Spider
The Brown Huntsman is a large spider patterned in brown and black. It has crab-like legs, and is fast moving. Click to continue>
Green huntsman
(near-Neosparassus undescribed)
Green huntsman
This small green huntsman spider appears to be undescribed although it is fairly common. It is a new genus near Neosparassus. Click to continue>
Huntsman Spider
(Neosparassus sp)
Huntsman Spider
This Huntsman is a large pale brown spider Click to continue>

Lamponidae

White-tailed spider
(Lampona cylindrata)
White-tailed spider
The White-tailed spider is a medium sized spider with long cigar-shaped dark grey abdomen. The abdomen is grey with two pairs of faint white spots and a distinct white or cream spot at the tip of the abdomen just above the spinnerets. The legs are... Click to continue>

Sac Spiders

Sac Spider
(Cheiracanthium gilvum)
Sac Spider
Cheiracanthium gilvum is a beige coloured Sac spider with a dark stripe down its back. It forms a retreat by curling green leaves into a tube. Click to continue>
Sac Spider
(Clubiona sp)
Sac Spider
Sac spiders are yellow to fawn, may have dark markings on the body, and are fairly slow moving. Click to continue>

Wolf Spiders

Wolf Spider
(Lycosa sp)
Wolf Spider
The Wolf Spider is a hunting spider. Body colours are typically dark grey or brown, with bars of tan, yellow or black. May have pattern of radiating lines on thorax. The spider's underside is lighter coloured. The sides of their jaws have a small... Click to continue>
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