Panachraesta paludosa (♂,♀) SIMON, 1900

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Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♀ - SYNTYPE - dorsal view. Scale bar: 2 mm

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♂

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♂

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♀

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♀

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♂ - Kandy

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♂ - Kandy

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♀ - Kitulgala

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♀ - Kitulgala

© BENJAMIN, S. P. (2015)

Model mimics: antlike jumping spiders of the genus Myrmarachne from Sri Lanka. Journal of Natural History 49 (43-44): 2609–2666

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Myrmarachne paludosa - ♀ - SYNTYPE - epigynum, dorsal view