- Female, from above
- Female, from side
- Another specimen, silvery and dark red
- Another specimen, finely patterned brown
- Male, from side
- Plump male, from above
- Skinny male, from side
- Closeup of male palps
- Argyrodes ex Conopistha
- Argyrodes sp
- Upside down
- Argyrodes sp. on leaf
- Female adult cf fissifrons Bunyobi 1710 from above
- Female adult cf fissifrons Bunyobi 1710 from below
A collection of slender Argyrodes, possibly A. fissifrons or a closely related species with some similarities to A. gracilisrecorded as Conopistha in Mascord. There are likely to be many undescribed spiders of this type. This species sometimes has a small tangled web, or occupies the edge of the web of a large orb weaver, and acts as a kleptoparasite. The female body length reaches about 5mm, the male 3.5mm. At rest it often draws up its legs and looks like a piece of debris.
Female, from above
Female, from side
Another specimen, silvery and dark red
Another specimen, finely patterned brown
Male, from side
This male seems unusually plump.
Plump male, from above
Skinny male, from side
All these Ayrgrodes may be of different species, though the shapes of the palps are similar (from a distance).
Closeup of male palps
Argyrodes ex Conopistha
Body length about 3 mm possibly juvenile collected 11 June 2008 northern bank of junction of Fish and Enoggera Creeks. This spider is similar to spiders that used to belong to the genus Conopistha, now Argyrodes (Platnick 9.5).