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Photo © Vipin Baliga, all rights reserved
virajpet,india (Google, OSM)
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Description

Sorry for this bad shot. This is all I could manage before the spider decided to flee from the spot.

Any info about the spiders here is greatly appreciated. Thanks :-)

Size: 0.6mm approx (abdomen only)

Mar. 25, 2012 12:02:16 +0530
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Beautiful example of spider-on-spider predation. For the predator, consider Argyrodes or something like it. They often have that kind of bump at the top of the abdomen.

Posted by kueda over 2 years ago (Flag)
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The prey is Oxyopidae

Posted by screws over 1 year ago (Flag)
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Cobweb Spiders - Photo (c) William, some rights reserved (CC BY)
screws's ID: Cobweb Spiders (Family Theridiidae)
Posted by screws over 1 year ago (Flag)
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Cobweb Spiders - Photo (c) William, some rights reserved (CC BY)
screws's ID: Cobweb Spiders (Family Theridiidae)
vipinbaliga would like some help identifying this

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