This common triangular spider is endemic to Australia and is an ambush preditor sitting with it's forelegs out stretched waiting to capture any passing prey
How to identify Arkys walckenaeri?
Long curved forelegs and a narrow, triangular shaped abdomen that is elongated and features a studded pattern
What habitats does Arkys walckenaeri live in?
They can be found on leaves and vegetation in the scrub or gardens
What is the distribution of Arkys walckenaeri?
They can be found across Australia including around Tasmania
How big does Arkys walckenaeri grow?
The female can grow to around 7mm whilst the male can grow to around 4mm
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