Occurrence record: 496f1382-4990-466e-b8ac-2125ebf1bffc
|Data resource||Earth Guardians Weekly Feed|
Supplied basis "HumanObservation"
|Identified by||Ron Atkinson (Master)|
birdwhisperer | questagame.com
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|License||CC-BY-NC 4.0 (Int)|
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|Occurrence remarks||This contains images from 2 separate captures. the larger spider is from today, 25 march23. approximately 6 mmblack head and abdomen white markings circling the outter edge of the abdomen legs black close to the body and brown/orange red towards the feet. Often capturing ants for foodThe images of the smaller spider are from the day this little guy and I met. April 22.We have become acquaintances over the past year. He lives on my outside table and sits in wait for his meals on black objects I have on the table. It will come and drink from the condensation on the sides of my drinks.I think I know the type of spider, but very interested in finding out the time frames of development and life expectancy of my little bestie. The internet isn't forthcoming with many research articles about development and how long they live.|
|Identification verification status||Challenge ID?|
Supplied date "2023-03-25T00:38:00+0000"
Supplied scientific name "Zenodorus orbiculatus (Keyserling 1881)"
|Identified to rank||species|
|Scientific name ID||2177260|
|Name match metric||canonicalMatch|
|Scientific name authorship||(Keyserling, 1881)|
|Name parse type||SCIENTIFIC|
|State or Territory||Queensland|
Supplied as: "-27.8"
Supplied as: "153.0"
Supplied datum: "WGS84"
|avg photo rating||2.0|
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