Approximately 15mm overall this weird spider didn't move like most. It was slow, turning constantly, waving two pairs of fore legs very slowly, and definitely attracted to my torch light. Strong patterns of cream, black, brown and quite tubercular in parts. Short abdomen and large flattened cephalo-thorax. I think I can see eight eyes but tiny and well dispersed.
Slowly exploring a wall in a very dark area of the local school late at night.
A tiny spider on the wall with orange-tan head and thorax and a mottled green abdomen. Eight eyes almost all the same size and in two even parallel rows. Approximately 12mm long.
Suburban house back wall.
This tiny spider resembled a speck of bird poo but being on the under side of the leaf so she got found out.
About 5mm wide. On broad leafed acacia in a local nature reserve. 'Two-spined orb weaver' (imm♀)
This little jumping spider is always found in darker places like under bark and in the shadows around buildings. About 12mm long. This one is a male.
Found under a 'deck' in an outer urban back yard.
Used to be called 'Breda jovialis' but Breda is a Brazillian genus so now it is 'Ocrisiona jovialis'.
A tricky little spider which I only noticed when it moved onto a green stem from a grey one. Strongly resembling a broken twig node it was about 8mm across it's body.
On twigs of Acacia mearnsii.
The dull crescent shaped mark on the top of the abdomen and other white spots make me think this is the Brown House Spider, Steatoda grossa and not the Grey House Spider Achaearanea tepidariorum, as I had originally had it identified as.