Jumping spider (Holoplatys species) Crevice spider
Common name: Flattened Jumping Spider, Crevice spiders, Chink jumping spiders.
Holoplatys have a long, flat, oval cephalothorax, which is truncated anteriorly, and a long, flat, oval abdomen. They are often found under the bark of trees. These spiders exhibit a behaviour called thigmotaxis, an urge to have both upper and lower body surfaces in contact with something. In other words, they like to sidle into cracks. So if you pick one up, it will try and squeeze between your fingers.
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