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Forster & Platnick, 1977
Patu digua is by some accounts considered to be the smallest spider in the world. Males reach a body size of about 0.37 mm, roughly the size of the head of a pin. However, there are other spider species of similar size where only the female is known.
- Taylor, Christopher (29 August 2008). "The Strangest of Spiders".
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