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Thiania is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Carl Ludwig Koch in 1846. As of August 2019 it contains twenty-three species, found in Asia from Pakistan to the Philippines, with one species found on Hawaii.
Thiania bhamoensis is a species of jumping spider. This species occurs from Burma to Sumatra.
The species is iridescent green-blue. Females are more green, males more blue. From the front view, the female's face are black. And the males are white. Nicylla sundevalli, which also occurs in Burma, is said to be very close to this species.
These spiders build a silken retreat by binding a pair of green leaves together, where they rest, moult and lay their eggs, which is unusual for a jumping spider. Making a single rivet to attach the leaves takes about half an hour. About four to ten rivets are arranged in a roughly elliptical manner. These nests are built by both sexes and juveniles. Although T. bhamoensis can be found on many kinds of plants, it most often chooses Crinum asiaticum (spider lily). The white elliptical egg sacs are about two to three times the size of the spider and are attached inside the nest. Twelve different displays were identified during fights between males, including pushing, possibly to assess the weight of the other male.
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