Spotted Ground Swift Spider - Supunna albopunctatum

Family Corinnidae

This page contains pictures and information about Spotted Swift Spiders that we found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia.
Leg to leg 20mm
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This spider is black in colour with white dot patterns. It can be found running fast on forest ground. Usually we found them hunting amount leaf litter on the forest floor during the day. When come close to it, it hides under the leaf litter. 
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This spider can be found running on floor in Brisbane's Eucalypt Forest. 

1. A Guide to Australian Spiders - Densey Clyne, Melbourne, Nelson 1969, p51, 96.
2. Supunna albopunctatum - The Find-a-spider Guide for Australian Spiders, University of Southern Queensland, 2007.
3. Spiders of Australia: An Introduction to Their Classification, Biology & Distribution - Hawkeswood T, Pensoft Pub, 2003, p65. 


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