Common Name Archive: Unidentified Spider

Unidentified Spider

This small green and brown male spider was found among debris from dead-heading in the herbaceous border.(in garden, amongst herbaceous plants, 18 July 2010) Closeup of same spider as above. Body length, excluding palps, was 3mm.The striking green and yellow colouration of its abdomen is what got it noticed in the first place.(18 July 2010)

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Unidentified Money Spider

2mm(01 June 2008) Help wanted: Can you identify this creature? If so, please contact us

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Unidentified Spider

Spider resembling a slightly oversized red ant, 5mm ish(01 June 2008) Help wanted: Can you identify this creature? If so, please contact us

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Unidentified Orb Web Spider

Spider in centre of orb web in inside of window frame. 6mmProbably an immature Areanus diadematus(12 July 2005) Help wanted: Can you identify this creature? If so, please contact us.

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Unidentified Sac Spider

Sac spider (Clubiona sp.) – female.7.5mm(30 April 2005)Possibilities include: C. brevipes, C. reclusa, C. stagnatalis, C.neglecta Help wanted: Can you identify this creature? If so, please contact us

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