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Matt Prince Aug 18
321 Gonatium rubellum A bright red Linyphiid (money spider) very close to Gonatium rubens in appearance - no photo
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Matt Prince Aug 11
317 Philodromus histrio Nationally Scarce. One of the prettiest of all Philodromus, from the new forest today Photo by Nicola Bacciu
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Matt Prince Aug 11
Replying to @mattprince1969
318 Myrmarachne formicaria Not the biggest of specimens I guess! but good to catch up with finally, again in the New Forest on Photo by Me :)
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Matt Prince Aug 18
322 Lepthyphantes leprosus Close to the similar Lepthyphantes minutus in appearance this money spider is usually found near or in human habitation, this was from my bin cupboard.,
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Matt Prince Aug 11
Replying to @mattprince1969
316 Walckenaeria kochi Another nationally scarce linyphiid (Money Spider) found during the Morven square bashing, in this case it is the second official record for VC97.
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Matt Prince Aug 17
Achaearanea lunata, showing the high abdomen typical of her genus 319 on the Kennet and Avon canal
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Matt Prince Aug 18
One for and my . Took 3 hours to find one as the colony looks to have taken a battering from wind and rain lately..
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Matt Prince Aug 18
320 Drapetisca socialis - the invisible web spider is a money spider (Linyphiidae) that makes a flimsy near invisible web on tree trunks and other vertical surfaces - this from Cadworthy NT yesterday
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Matt Prince Aug 18
Replying to @mattprince1969
323 Araneus alsine the strawberry spider, a pretty little orb weaver that makes a retreat from fallen leaves
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