Small to medium sized spiders, typically about three times as long as they are wide. Legs relatively long and slender. Most corinnids live in leaf litter or on dry bark of trees.
Battalus spinipes Spiny-legged Battalus
This Corinnid is a fast runner, often found near creeks on foliage and sometimes in leaf litter. It is being moved from Gnaphosidae where it has been...
Castianeira sp. Neds Corner VIC 3496
Castianeira sp. are daytime-hunting Corrinid ant mimics. generally about 3-9mm body length.
Nyssus albopunctatus (Hogg, 1896) White-spotted Swift Spider
A spider usually found in leaf litter with a distinctive pattern of white marks (10) on a mostly black body. Nyssus albopunctatus mimics...
Nyssus coloripes (L. Koch, 1873) Orange-legged Swift Spider
A spider usually found in leaf litter with a distinctive pattern of white marks (10) on a mostly black body. Nyssus albopunctatus mimics
Orthobula sp. Lamington National Park
This Orthobula sp. is in the Corrinid subfamily Phrurolithinae. It was collected from the Lamington National Park IBISCA project...
Poecilipta sp Neds Corner VIC 3496
This is a swift ant-mimic.
Poecilipta sp. Hill Top NSW 2575
A small ant-mimicking spider with slender legs, extremely swift across the ground in most wooded and semi-arid habitats across inland eastern...