A very hairy but attractive jumping spider about 100 mm long. The dorsal aspect of the abdomen had reddish brown pattern with an inverted "Y" in black. Legs were hairy and banded. Spotted on a eucalyptus tree trunk in a park.
Upper Ferntree Gully VIC 3156, Australia
2015-03-09"Hi Leuba. Just wondered if you think this observation is also of Servaea incana - http://natureshare.org.au/observations/540aa1e9e35eb1ebc90000b1?collection_id=5409a9d0e35eb1831b000095"
2015-03-10"Hi Leuba. This name is now in the database. Cheers."
2015-03-10"Thank you Chris."
2015-03-10"It has all the features of S.incana - Yes, I believe it is. My husband (Mark) agrees as well."
2015-03-10"Thanks Leuba and Mark. I will add the name to this observation as well."
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|Created||2015-03-09 by leuba (Leuba Ridgway)|
|Updated||2015-03-10 by leuba|
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