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Image of a Comb-footed Spider, (Family; Theridiidae) often mistaken for the Red-back Spider. Found in the drier Open eucalypt Woodland on the wildlife refuge, favouring the bark of gum trees. Their bite is not dangerous and they do not build webs.

Reference and further reading:  Honan, P.     A Wild Australia Guide to Spiders.

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