Observations in the Order: Araneae

English Name: Spiders

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Spider

Unknown Spider
By: Mandevo
Location: 338, Knoppiesdoring Rd
Observed on: 18th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 21st November 2014
Likely ID: Gnaphosidae
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 0
Comments: 1
Description: This spider come in to my house after the rain this week. It looks similar to a baboon spider but much smaller. I have seen it before and tried to identify it but there is no literate available. Please help me identify this specie. It’s relatively small. The carapace is a beautiful gold colour. The Foveal groove can be seen which witch is deep into the carapace. The abdomen has a line pattern on it. The spider is small and live below the substrate lined with silk similar to the bigger baboon spider we find in the lowveld.

What species

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By: etiennemarais
Location: 5, Melkhout Cres
Observed on: 20th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 20th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 1
Description: Apologies for the quality of the photograph. This seems to be a Salticidae, possibly of the Thyenula genus. Just wondering about the size, since from the last photograph, it can be seen that this specimen is almost 10 cm long (from "toe" to rear), and I was not aware that this family grew that large. I noticed in my bathroom earlier today, and it has been hanging out there all day long. The cutest little thing, but I am wondering whether I should be relocating it outside in the garden. Can anybody perhaps help with a genus and species identification.

spider BokSneeu

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By: Nick Helme
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Location: Bokkeveld Sneeukop, 1760m
Observed on: 8th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 20th November 2014
Likely ID: Peucetia nicolae
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 0
Comments: 2
Description: good camo on a shrub at about 1760m, south slopes; body about 10-15mm long

Jubilation as white fuzz becomes brown fuzz

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Location: Gaborone North, home
Observed on: 19th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 19th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 1
Comments: 4
Description: Mma Spider, heroine of spot http://www.ispot.org.za/node/248563 deposited what was believed to be her 2nd batch of eggs in the canopy of a Jacaranda tree on the 2nd May http://www.ispot.org.za/node/254974 ,since that date the protective green canopy has withered and fallen leaving just a few brown remnant attached by web to the fuzzy white egg ball, initially with dry leaflets but then just a few leaf stalks, and so it has remained for months so imagine my amazement and delight when a passing glance (more out of habit than expectation) revealed not the familiar, forlorn-looking, white fuzzy b

Wolf Spider

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By: 17calbbievans
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Location: 34, Lismore Ave
Observed on: 22nd February 2014
Added to iSpot: 19th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

362 Spider in a shroud

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By: sallyslak
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Location: Garden
Observed on: 19th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 19th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: Found lying cosily in a wee silken shroud

Thomisus australis on Senecio speciosus

Thomisus australis on Senecio speciosus
By: Nicky
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Location: Thomas Baines Nature Reserve
Observed on: 29th September 2014
Added to iSpot: 18th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0

Spider

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By: qgrobler
Eastern Cape Parks & Tourism Agency
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Location: 5, Edge View Road
Observed on: 18th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 18th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

Trapdoor desert spider, Woestynspinnekop

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Location: Cha-re, Namibia
Observed on: 2nd July 2013
Added to iSpot: 18th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: Piles of sand/silk were escavated from the nests of a sand-living spider.

Spider nest

Spider (2)
By: Dewidine
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Location: R44, Betty's Bay
Observed on: 12th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 18th November 2014
Likely ID: Palystes
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

synema in heli

synema in heli
By: sallyslak
Botanical Society of South Africa
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Location: River road
Observed on: 16th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 17th November 2014
Likely ID: Synema imitator
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
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Description: I wondered why a dead monkey beetle was hanging from this flower - upon investigation I found the spider huddled cosily right in the middle of the florets.

Ctenidae sp.

Ctenidae sp.
By: Nicky
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Location: Mosslands Two River Trail
Observed on: 26th September 2014
Added to iSpot: 16th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: Very fast moving.

Little Dark Jumper

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By: vynbos
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Location: Woodstock, Cape Town
Observed on: 16th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 16th November 2014
Likely ID: Nigorella
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: 6mm including legs. Dark brown body with light brown setae forming a pattern on the abdomen. Hairy pedipalps. Dark legs with red/orange tarsi. ID Nigorella sp a guess based on Vida's website. We need a Salticidae key.

Tiny spider

Tiny spider
By: rianabate
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Location: Ferry Point Rd, Agate Terrace
Observed on: 4th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 16th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 1
Comments: 1
Description: Underside of leaf, less than 5 mm

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Location: R618, North Uthungulu
Observed on: 11th February 2014
Added to iSpot: 16th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: a big yellow and black spider hanging on a thread in Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park.

Red Nose Spider

Red Nose Spider
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Location: Grunter St, St Lucia
Observed on: 7th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 15th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

who ate the alate?

fishing (3)
By: Bushboy
BirdLife South Africa
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Location: 3 Marion Ave, Scottburgh
Observed on: 26th October 2014
Added to iSpot: 15th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: I can't say who dunnit. The 'flying ant' (termite alate) wing was floating forlornly and neither the spidey nor the pond snails were talking ... About 20mm legspan.

Crab spider

Crab spider
By: Graham G
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Location: Beacon Hill, Umtamvuna NR
Observed on: 6th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 15th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0

Ant spider

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By: Wynand Uys
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Location: Blyde River Near Hoedspruit
Observed on: 14th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 0
Description: Body length 8.5mm. Moves ant-like.

Longleg Jumper

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By: Wynand Uys
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Location: Blyde River Near Hoedspruit
Observed on: 14th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Likely ID: Thyene
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 2
Description: Body length 8.5mm.

Oxyopes affinis egg sac

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By: sallyslak
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Location: Les path
Observed on: 12th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Likely ID: Oxyopes affinis
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 0
Description: Some lousy photos taken in very poor light.

Salticid salt and pepper

salticid salt and pepper
By: sallyslak
Botanical Society of South Africa
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Location: Charlie's path
Observed on: 11th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 1

Spider brown fly mimic

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By: sallyslak
Botanical Society of South Africa
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Location: Charlie's path
Observed on: 11th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 2
Comments: 5
Description: This wee one looks very fly-like from a distance

Jumper

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By: Wynand Uys
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Location: Blyde River Near Hoedspruit
Observed on: 14th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 2
Description: Body length 4mm

Longleg Jumper

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By: Wynand Uys
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Location: Blyde River Near Hoedspruit
Observed on: 13th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 1
Comments: 4
Description: Surprisingly large: I did not get an exact measure of the beast, but I estimate the body length about 12mm

Little jumper

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By: Wynand Uys
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Location: Blyde River Near Hoedspruit
Observed on: 13th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 14th November 2014
Likely ID: Heliophanus
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: Small: Body length less than 4mm

Spider

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By: Andrew Hankey
Africa Nature TrainingBushveld Experience Skills & TrainingLepidopterists' Society of AfricaSouth African National Biodiversity Institute
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Location: Malcolm Rd, Poortview AH
Observed on: 29th October 2014
Added to iSpot: 12th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0

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Spider
By: rianabate
Entomological Society of Southern Africa
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Location: N14, Kalahari District Council
Observed on: 10th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 11th November 2014
Identifications: 3
Agreements: 2
Comments: 3
Description: Found floating in swimming pool Approx 55 mm (without legs)

Spider for Tony

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By: sallyslak
Botanical Society of South Africa
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Location: Garden
Observed on: 11th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 11th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: Sorry about gardening-grimy finger :-)

jumping spider Portia africana_4885 (1024x684)

jumping spider Portia africana_4885 (1024x684)
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Location: Harare, Zimbabwe
Observed on: 10th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 11th November 2014
Likely ID: Portia schultzi
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 1
Comments: 1

Affinis again?

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By: sallyslak
Botanical Society of South Africa
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Location: Garden
Observed on: 6th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 10th November 2014
Likely ID: Oxyopes affinis
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 1
Description: Not sure if this is a browner version of the one seen previously (maybe male?) http://www.ispot.org.za/node/290212 or something else.

Communalweb spider job assignations

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By: sallyslak
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Location: Les path
Observed on: 9th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 10th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 6
Description: A few days ago the thriving community set up a massive, loose-mesh net across half the path. At any one time there can be 30-40 spiders of various sizes busy on different tasks around the place. They often resemble sailors busy with rigging repairs. Yesterday I took a friend for a walk and as we turned the corner we flushed a large fly which blundered into the very top of the web and was unable to free itself. Immediately the 6 or 8 group members assigned to the instant response team shot out of the nest and scampered up the web.

Two Nests

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By: vynbos
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Location: High contour btwn Manganese Mines and Blackburn Ravine, Houtbay
Observed on: 9th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 10th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 1
Description: Must be a good spot for a rain spider nest

Bark spider

Bark spider
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Location: APU Base
Observed on: 9th February 2014
Added to iSpot: 9th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 2
Comments: 2

Spider

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By: vynbos
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Location: M6, Noordhoek
Observed on: 9th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 9th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 0
Description: 4mm Looks like a crabspider, but the eye array is a bit off.

Jumper pair and link to video

Mr Hyllus 2
By: Wynand Uys
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Location: Blyde River Near Hoedspruit
Observed on: 9th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 9th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 2
Description: Both are about 12mm. The male is the darker one. Maritza spotted these two on shrubbery, the male performing what could perhaps have been a courtship dance. More like posturing, the way bodybuilders do, showing off their bulging limbs. The next day the female spun a little cell between two leaves. The male appears to be guarding her most of the time, but going on little hunting excursions. We're wondering if, perhaps, he brings food 'home'. We haven't seen evidence of that yet. Video of the courtship here: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1520148958253349&pnref=story

Golden orb-web spider

Golden orb spider
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Location: Unnamed Road, North Uthungulu
Observed on: 1st March 2014
Added to iSpot: 9th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

nursery web spider

nursery web spider
By: JohannetteJohannette's reputation in Invertebrates
Location: APU Base
Observed on: 30th October 2014
Added to iSpot: 9th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

Rain spider

Rain spider
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Location: Catalina Bay
Observed on: 15th July 2014
Added to iSpot: 9th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

Thomisus australis on Syncarpha paniculata

Thomisus australis on Syncarpha paniculata
By: Nicky
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Location: Bosch Hoek
Observed on: 8th October 2011
Added to iSpot: 8th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0

Male Rain Spider

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By: Jeffrey GroenewaldJeffrey Groenewald's reputation in InvertebratesJeffrey Groenewald's reputation in InvertebratesJeffrey Groenewald's reputation in Invertebrates
Location: Blue Rte, Helderberg Nature Reserve
Observed on: 8th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 8th November 2014
Identifications: 3
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: This male rain spider was being eaten by the female. It was still alive, but could barely move.

Rain Spider Male & Female

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Location: Blue Rte, Helderberg Nature Reserve
Observed on: 8th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 8th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 0
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Description: This female Rain Spider had just begun eating the male when I found them. The male was still alive, but could only twitch. They were both quite small (only 1-1.5cm from the tip of the abdomen to the fangs).

Itsy witsy spider

Itsy witsy spider
By: rianabate
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Location: R325, Benede Oranje
Observed on: 8th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 8th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0
Description: size approx 5 mm

Crab Spider

Crab Spider
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Location: R543, Wakkerstroom
Observed on: 1st February 2010
Added to iSpot: 8th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0
Description: This critter was found by Kristi Garland on the porch of the managers house of the BLSA centre at Wakkerstroom.

Harpactira

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Location: M14, Cape Farms
Observed on: 20th October 2014
Added to iSpot: 7th November 2014
Identifications: 3
Agreements: 0
Comments: 0
Description: No star stripes on the back,legs have white hairs, red hairs on the abdomen. I think the species is Harpactira chrysogaster but not really sure how to discern between Harpactira chrysogaster and atra.

black crab spider

black crab spider
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Location: 30, Deining Street Stillbay
Observed on: 5th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 6th November 2014
Likely ID: Holcolaetis
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 1
Comments: 2
Description: black crab spider, about 1 mm in size, longish, slender, with a white mark on back of spider

Spider at pump

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By: sallyslak
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Location: River (pump)
Observed on: 5th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 5th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 2
Comments: 0

Unknown spider Porcupine Hills

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By: Susan Wishart
Western Leopard Toad Volunteer
Location: Unnamed Road, Overberg District Municipality
Observed on: 22nd August 2014
Added to iSpot: 5th November 2014
Identifications: 1
Agreements: 1
Comments: 0

Spider

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By: JohnOber
Location: Lephalale
Observed on: 5th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 5th November 2014
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 2
Comments: 3
Description: Can you tell me what kind of spider this is please. Found it outside my door

Jumping Spider (Salticidae)

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By: HermanViviersHermanViviers's reputation in InvertebratesHermanViviers's reputation in Invertebrates
Location: Glentana, Western Cape
Observed on: 4th November 2014
Added to iSpot: 4th November 2014
Likely ID: Salticidae
Identifications: 2
Agreements: 0
Comments: 1

Species with which Spiders (Araneae) interacts

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