Carl Wilhelm Hahn, 1829
Menemerus semilimbatus are about 6.5–8.4 millimetres (0.26–0.33 in) long, the male being slightly smaller than the female. These fairly big jumping spiders are dorso-ventrally flattened and are covered with short dense, grayish-white hairs, with hairy whitish palps and a white band on the side margins of the carapace, showing also a small white, triangular marking in the middle. The eyes are large and forward-facing. The legs are light brown with darker rings and patches, while the abdomen is dorsally yellowish or grayish, with a characteristic pattern of several bright V-shaped markings. The females show a notch at the posterior edge of the epigyne and two oval depressions in the anterior half.
- Andrés Taucare-Rios and G. B. Edwards First records of the jumping spider Menemerus semilimbatus (Araneae:Salticidae) in Chile
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- E.F. GUSEINOV Natural prey of the jumping spider Menemerus semilimbatus (Hahn, 1827) (Araneae: Salticidae), with notes on its unusual predatory behaviour Archived 2015-06-22 at the Wayback Machine
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