The name of this spider is easy to remember due to its uniform pattern of white dots on a dark body. Most commonly found resting on any outside surface but mostly in leaf litter. It is very hard to get close to though as it can run swiftly. The body is small to medium (7-9mm) in size and typically is about three times as long as it is wide. The legs are moderately long and slender.
Genus: Corinnidae , Swift spiders are a group of free-roaming ground dwelling spiders that physically overpower their prey rather than using a web.
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