Tylorida ventralis

Tylorida ventralis

Female ♀ 6mm

TINAGAT FOREST FRINGE 2016-08-31 WED
 


Tylorida ventralis

Tylorida ventralis

橫帶高腹蛛


Classification: Family Tetragnathidae, Big-Jawed Spiders.
Habitat: Heavily wooded gardens and jungle fringes.
Female:5-7 mm.
Male: 5 mm.
Distribution: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, India.

In resting position, the spider stretches its first legs forward and close together.

Their first pair of legs are longer than their second pair by a ratio of more than 1.6.


Members of the species Tylorida have two rows of long, slender curved hairs on the femurs of the fourth leg and have silvery or golden spots on the abdomen

Members of the family Tetragnathidae build delicate orb-webs with open hubs. The webs are suspended horizontally or in an inclined plane.

(Long legs spider ) Body length about 5mm. 

Widespread distribution of this species in low-elevation mountain areas, common in the woods or swamps, stream and other dark environment.


 

SPIDERS OF BORNEO

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