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Nilus albocinctus

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Fishing spider
Fishing Spider.JPG
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Chelicerata
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Infraorder: Araneomorphae
Family: Pisauridae
Genus: Nilus
Species:
N. albocinctus
Binomial name
Nilus albocinctus
(Doleschall, 1859)[1]

Nilus albocinctus, synonym Thalassius albocinctus, commonly called the fishing spider, is a species of spider found in tropical Asia from India[2] to the Philippines.[1] It is named after its habit of catching small fish. The spider is striking in appearance and can be easily recognised by the presence of a black, glossy, broad median band bordered by a white lateral band on the cephalothorax and abdomen. The legs are long and yellowish brown. It is usually found near water.

Female pisaurids create their egg case in one piece and carry it under their body with their chelicerae. This differs from similar looking female lycosids which construct their egg case in two pieces and fasten it behind them with their spinnerets.[3]

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b "Taxon details Nilus albocinctus (Doleschall, 1859)", World Spider Catalog, Natural History Museum Bern, retrieved 2018-09-14
  2. ^ Sunil et al. 2003
  3. ^ Sherriffs 1938

References

  • SHERRIFFS, W. RAE, (1938) HONG KONG SPIDERS. PART IV The Hong Kong Naturalist Hong Kong Spiders
  • Sunil Jose K., Sebastian, Samson Davis A. and P. Verghese (2003). First record of Thalassius albocinctus (Doleschall) (Araneae : Pisauridae) from India. Entomon 28(4): 309-314.
  • Platnick, Norman I. (2008): The world spider catalog, version 8.5. American Museum of Natural History.

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