Rose-gold jumping spider (Cytaea plumbeiventris) juvie missing a leg


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Cytaea plumbeiventris is named after the silver sheen on the underside of an adult specimens abdomen, though this is not always present. They are medium-sized and found in tropical northern Australia, often on broad-leaved or strap-leaved plants.

“Plumbeiventris” translates roughly to “lead belly” in latin. Females are light brown to rose-gold in colour with a series of thin dark chevrons across the body.

This juvie’s leg will grow back with the next molt. (Not pictured)

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