With the weather warming a few spiders are showing up, including the first Two-tailed Spiders, Tamopsis species well camouflaged on the garden trees.

Male and female.

Out on the rail trail these two small orb weavers, Araneus species were found unusually in plain view on top of Scaly Buttons, Leptorhynchos squamatus.



A day or two later the female was still in the same situation.

Three jumpersĀ  prowling in the garden, Hypoblemum scutulatum.

An Opisthoncus species.

Opisthoncus necator.

And to conclude, a very neat entry web in a garden tree.

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Reference and further reading,
R Whyte,
A Field Guide To Spiders Of Australia.