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Plebs bradleyi

Enamelled spider at Cooma, NSW

Plebs bradleyi at Cooma, NSW - 26 Jan 2023
Plebs bradleyi at Cooma, NSW - 26 Jan 2023
Plebs bradleyi at Cooma, NSW - 26 Jan 2023
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Identification history

Plebs bradleyi 26 Jan 2023 MichaelMulvaney
Unidentified 26 Jan 2023 mahargiani

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Nearby sightings

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Rytidosperma pallidum (Red-anther Wallaby Grass) at Cooma, NSW - 28 Nov 2022 by mahargiani Orobanche minor (Broomrape) at Cooma, NSW - 16 Nov 2022 by mahargiani Nidula sp. (A bird's nest fungus) at Cooma, NSW - 8 Apr 2022 by mahargiani
Rytidosperma pallidum (Red-anther Wallaby Grass) at Cooma, NSW - 28 Nov 2022 by mahargiani
Orobanche minor (Broomrape) at Cooma, NSW - 16 Nov 2022 by mahargiani
Nidula sp. (A bird's nest fungus) at Cooma, NSW - 8 Apr 2022 by mahargiani

Location information

Species information

  • Plebs bradleyi Scientific name
  • Enamelled spider Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 101 - 1,000 Abundance
  • 26 Jan 2023 01:53 PM Recorded on
  • mahargiani Recorded by

Additional information

  • 12mm to 25mm Animal size

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