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Pseudeuophrys lanigera Simon, 1871 ♀

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Pseudeuophrys lanigera Simon, 1871 ♀

Tubize, BRABANT ● Belgium

Description: Males reach a body length of three to 4 mm, with females up to 5 mm.

Biology: Due to the favourably warm microclimate provided by central heating in houses, the spiders seem to continually produce young year-round (Clarke 1972). Adult females can be found in all months, but males may not survive the winter.

Habitat: It is mostly found inside buildings or on the external walls of buildings. It is better suited to the dry climate of modern concrete architecture.

Distribution: Western and southern Europe, eastward to the Caucasus.

References:
Wikipedia, Pseudeuophrys lanigera
Spider and Harvestman Recording Scheme website



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