Family Archive: Linyphiidae

Spring Hammock-spider

Neriene montana(12 August 2013)

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Lethyphantes minutus – a money spider

Lethyphantes minutus – a money spider (3 mm)(7 September 2008)

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Linyphia triangularis

Linyphia triangularis – ventral viewSize: 4.5-5.5mm(4 Sept 2005)   Inverted closeup of spider above. (Ventral view)This spider was photographed hanging upside down in its web, in vegetation, approximately 0.5m from the ground. It is clutching a white mass of some sort in its jaws.

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Microlinyphia impigra

Microlinyphia impigna – female. Not a very good photograph, but the abdominal markings are distinctive enough for a positive identification.(17 July 2005)

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Money Spider

Bathyphantes sp. a money spider, 2.5mm(11 June 2005)

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