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Portia labiata is a jumping spider ( family Salticidae) found in Sri Lanka, India, southern China, Burma (Myanmar), Malaysia, Singapore, Java, Sumatra and the Philippines. In this medium-sized jumping spider, the front part is orange-brown and the back part is brownish.What makes Portia different from other jumping spiders?
Other jumping spiders take detours, but Portia is unusual in its readiness to use long detours that break visual contact. Laboratory studies show that Portia learns very quickly how to overcome web-building spiders that neither it nor its ancestors would have met in the wild.What is the size of a Portia labiata?
Portia labiata, is a species of the jumping spider belonging to the Portia genus, indigenous to different parts of Asia like Java, Malaysia, Sumatra, Singapore and Burma. Size: Females have a body length of 7 to 10 mm (0.27 to 0.39 inches) with a carapace of 2.8 to 3.8 mm (0.11 to 0.14 inches).Is a Portia spider poisonous?
Like most other spiders of the Portia genus they are venomous and may bite accidentally or when provoked, but it is non-toxic to mankind causing nothing much than pain in the area or redness. Web spiders, other jumping spider species and insects. Females of this species are more indulged in capturing smaller preys than the bigger ones.