Lyssomanes

The genus Lyssomanes belongs to the jumping spider family comprising 90 species, distributed throughout the South as well as Central America as well as the southern parts of the United States.

Lyssomanes Spider

Spiders Belonging To This Genus

Lyssomanes adisi Lyssomanes amazonicus Lyssomanes anchicaya
Lyssomanes antillanus Lyssomanes austerus Lyssomanes aya
Lyssomanes belgranoi Lyssomanes benderi Lyssomanes bitaeniatus
Lyssomanes blandus Lyssomanes boraceia Lyssomanes bryantae
Lyssomanes burrera Lyssomanes camacanensis Lyssomanes ceplaci
Lyssomanes consimilis Lyssomanes convexus Lyssomanes courtiali
Lyssomanes deinognathus Lyssomanes devotoi Lyssomanes dissimilis
Lyssomanes diversus Lyssomanes eatoni Lyssomanes ecuadoricus
Lyssomanes elegans Lyssomanes elongatus Lyssomanes euriensis
Lyssomanes flagellum Lyssomanes fossor Lyssomanes hieroglyphicus
Lyssomanes ipanemae Lyssomanes janauari Lyssomanes jemineus
Lyssomanes jucari Lyssomanes lampeli Lyssomanes lancetillae
Lyssomanes lehtineni Lyssomanes leucomelas Lyssomanes limpidus
Lyssomanes longipes Lyssomanes maddisoni Lyssomanes malinche
Lyssomanes manausensis Lyssomanes mandibulatus Lyssomanes matoensis
Lyssomanes mexicanus Lyssomanes michae Lyssomanes miniaceus
Lyssomanes minor Lyssomanes nigrofimbriatus Lyssomanes nigropictus
Lyssomanes onkonensis Lyssomanes parallelus Lyssomanes paravelox
Lyssomanes parki Lyssomanes patens Lyssomanes pauper
Lyssomanes penicillatus Lyssomanes perafani Lyssomanes peruensis
Lyssomanes pescadero Lyssomanes pichilingue Lyssomanes placidus
Lyssomanes portoricensis Lyssomanes protarsalis Lyssomanes quadrinotatus
Lyssomanes reductus Lyssomanes remotus Lyssomanes robustus
Lyssomanes romani Lyssomanes rudis Lyssomanes santarem
Lyssomanes silvestris Lyssomanes similis Lyssomanes spiralis
Lyssomanes sylvicola Lyssomanes taczanowskii Lyssomanes tapirapensis
Lyssomanes tapuiramae Lyssomanes tarmae Lyssomanes temperatus
Lyssomanes tenuis Lyssomanes trifurcatus Lyssomanes trinidadus
Lyssomanes tristis Lyssomanes unicolor Lyssomanes velox
Lyssomanes vinocurae Magnolia Green Jumper (Lyssomanes viridis) Lyssomanes waorani
Lyssomanes wiwa Lyssomanes yacui

Physical Description and Identification

Adults

Size: They have a body length of approximately 8 mm (0.31 inch), the females being smaller.

Color: They are mostly yellow or green.

Other Characteristic Features: Their bodies are translucent, and most species of this genus are long-legged.

Eggs

The eggs are pale green laid under leaves, with a single clutch containing about 30 to 70 of them.

Spiderlings

They are green and disperse in a while after birth.

The Web

Most species of this genus do not build webs to catch prey or for any other reason.

Are the Species of the Lyssomanes Genus Venomous and Do They Bite

They bite when threatened or provoked, but their venom is not harmful to humans.

Quick Facts

Lifespan About a year
Distribution South and Central America
Habitat Foliage in moist areas
Diet Mites, ants as well as other spiders

Did You Know

  • They have a close resemblance with the lynx spiders barring the fact that the former has big anterior median eyes.

Image Credits: bugguide.net

The genus Lyssomanes belongs to the jumping spider family comprising 90 species, distributed throughout the South as well as Central America as well as the southern parts of the United States.

Lyssomanes Spider

Spiders Belonging To This Genus

Lyssomanes adisi Lyssomanes amazonicus Lyssomanes anchicaya
Lyssomanes antillanus Lyssomanes austerus Lyssomanes aya
Lyssomanes belgranoi Lyssomanes benderi Lyssomanes bitaeniatus
Lyssomanes blandus Lyssomanes boraceia Lyssomanes bryantae
Lyssomanes burrera Lyssomanes camacanensis Lyssomanes ceplaci
Lyssomanes consimilis Lyssomanes convexus Lyssomanes courtiali
Lyssomanes deinognathus Lyssomanes devotoi Lyssomanes dissimilis
Lyssomanes diversus Lyssomanes eatoni Lyssomanes ecuadoricus
Lyssomanes elegans Lyssomanes elongatus Lyssomanes euriensis
Lyssomanes flagellum Lyssomanes fossor Lyssomanes hieroglyphicus
Lyssomanes ipanemae Lyssomanes janauari Lyssomanes jemineus
Lyssomanes jucari Lyssomanes lampeli Lyssomanes lancetillae
Lyssomanes lehtineni Lyssomanes leucomelas Lyssomanes limpidus
Lyssomanes longipes Lyssomanes maddisoni Lyssomanes malinche
Lyssomanes manausensis Lyssomanes mandibulatus Lyssomanes matoensis
Lyssomanes mexicanus Lyssomanes michae Lyssomanes miniaceus
Lyssomanes minor Lyssomanes nigrofimbriatus Lyssomanes nigropictus
Lyssomanes onkonensis Lyssomanes parallelus Lyssomanes paravelox
Lyssomanes parki Lyssomanes patens Lyssomanes pauper
Lyssomanes penicillatus Lyssomanes perafani Lyssomanes peruensis
Lyssomanes pescadero Lyssomanes pichilingue Lyssomanes placidus
Lyssomanes portoricensis Lyssomanes protarsalis Lyssomanes quadrinotatus
Lyssomanes reductus Lyssomanes remotus Lyssomanes robustus
Lyssomanes romani Lyssomanes rudis Lyssomanes santarem
Lyssomanes silvestris Lyssomanes similis Lyssomanes spiralis
Lyssomanes sylvicola Lyssomanes taczanowskii Lyssomanes tapirapensis
Lyssomanes tapuiramae Lyssomanes tarmae Lyssomanes temperatus
Lyssomanes tenuis Lyssomanes trifurcatus Lyssomanes trinidadus
Lyssomanes tristis Lyssomanes unicolor Lyssomanes velox
Lyssomanes vinocurae Magnolia Green Jumper (Lyssomanes viridis) Lyssomanes waorani
Lyssomanes wiwa Lyssomanes yacui

Physical Description and Identification

Adults

Size: They have a body length of approximately 8 mm (0.31 inch), the females being smaller.

Color: They are mostly yellow or green.

Other Characteristic Features: Their bodies are translucent, and most species of this genus are long-legged.

Eggs

The eggs are pale green laid under leaves, with a single clutch containing about 30 to 70 of them.

Spiderlings

They are green and disperse in a while after birth.

The Web

Most species of this genus do not build webs to catch prey or for any other reason.

Are the Species of the Lyssomanes Genus Venomous and Do They Bite

They bite when threatened or provoked, but their venom is not harmful to humans.

Quick Facts

Lifespan About a year
Distribution South and Central America
Habitat Foliage in moist areas
Diet Mites, ants as well as other spiders

Did You Know

  • They have a close resemblance with the lynx spiders barring the fact that the former has big anterior median eyes.

Image Credits: bugguide.net

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