Australomisidia pilula (Lozenge-shaped Flower Spider)

Family: Thomisidae

In Whyte & Anderson's Field Guide to Spiders of Australia (p. 354), it is described as "Common in southern parts of Australia including TAS in all types of woodland."

Further Resources: 

http://www.findaspider.org.au/find/spiders/692.htm

Anderson, G.J., Whyte, R. (2017). A Field Guide to Spiders of Australia [online] https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329139666_A_Field_Guide_to_Spiders_of_Australia

^p.354 top right has a coloured photo of the female for those with a hard copy.

Szymkowiak, PaweĊ‚. 2014. Revision of Australian Species of the Genus Diaea (Araneae: Thomisidae) with Redefinition of Their Taxonomic Status. [online] https://bioone.org/journals/annales-zoologici/volume-64/issue-3/000345414X684795/Revision-of-Australian-Species-of-the-Genus-Diaea-Araneae/10.3161/000345414X684795.short

World Spider Catalog. 2020. Taxon DetailsAustralomisidia pilula (L. Koch, 1867). [online] https://wsc.nmbe.ch/species/40660/Australomisidia_pilula

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Updated 16th April 2022, spider moderator

Australomisidia pilula is listed in the following regions:

Canberra & Southern Tablelands

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