Spiders with small bodies and very long, slender legs, mostly found inside houses and other constructions where they build untidy webs.
Pholcid with eggs and young
These spiders, including Pholcus phalangioides often carry their eggsacs by their mouths as they develop into spiderlings. These are ready to...
Pholcus phalangioides Daddy Long-legs
Female body length 9 mm, male 8 mm. Usually in a thin, tangled web attached to ceilings and upper walls of rooms, sheds and caves.
Pholcus sp Venman Park Bushland
A Pholcus collected on an escursion to Venman Park Bushland, October 2010.
A small black and white Pholcus from Mount Glorious.
Trichocyclus nigropunctatus Simon, 1908 Cellar Spider
Trichocyclus is the dominant or only pholcid genus in most areas of Western and South Australia and the Northern Territory. Trichocyclus...