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webs and egg sacs
female: 9 mm|
male: 7 mm
In a retreat formed from a rolled up green leaf or wandering in greenery in search of prey
This species is common around houses so bitings may occur but should only cause local pain and inflammation
This salticid species is very common in gardens and lush bush settings in South-east Queensland. It is a very mobile salticid.
It should also be noted that there are several other named Australian Helpis species, most of which look quite similar to Helpis minitabunda.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Parahelpis abnormis.
Email Ron Atkinson for more information.
Last updated 8 November 2017.