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Lace Webbed Spider - Amaurobius similis (female)
· Date: Thu November 13, 2008 · Views: 1791
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Keywords: Amaurobius similis
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Action_Man

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Fri November 14, 2008 8:04pm

I think i may have mis-described this, i now think its fenestralis ...

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Thu December 18, 2008 7:06pm

We have lots of these on the outside window frames. I always name them as A similis and I think you're right with yours especially if it was found around the walls or window frames.

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Sun December 21, 2008 3:38pm

Yes i`m not sure, the dark band on the cephalothorax might indicate fenestralis, but who knows ...

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