Northern Flower Spider

Tharrhalea evanida

Tharrhalea evanida is a species of arachnid in the Thomisidae family. It is found in Australia and New Guinea.
Tharrhalea evanida Abdominal markings are variable between individuals, but the horizontal dark line at the back of the abdomen is a characteristic of this species. 
This one was particularly small, so perhaps a juvenile. 
Female, body length 5 mm Araneae,Australia,Diaea evanida,Geotagged,Macro,Northern Flower Spider,Pink Flower spider,Spider,Summer,Tharrhalea evanida,Thomisidae,arachnid,arthropod,invertebrate,new south wales

Naming

Synonyms
Lehtinelagia evanida (L. Koch, 1867)
Diaea evanida (L. Koch, 1867)
Diaea haematodactyla L. Koch, 1875
Diaea sticta Kulczynski, 1911
Lehtinelagia haematodactyla (L. Koch, 1875)
Lehtinelagia sticta (Kulczynski, 1911)
Xysticus evanidus L. Koch, 1867
Is it Diaea evanida or Tharrhalea evanida or Lehtinelagia evanida. Whichever way it is a beautiful little spider Australia,Geotagged,Northern Flower Spider,Tharrhalea evanida

Distribution

Australia (Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales), New Guinea

References:

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http://www.wsc.nmbe.ch/species/40637
Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassArachnida
OrderAraneae
FamilyThomisidae
GenusTharrhalea
SpeciesT. evanida
Photographed in
Australia