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[Ogcodes reginae] Ogcodes?
HDumas
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Posted on 09-07-2011 19:47
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Hello,

I collected the two leaves attached together by a spider web because of the odd white thing I'd never seen.
An imago emerged 8 days later.
Could it be an Ogcodes species?
www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/image/dos73/big/ogcodes.jpg
H. Dumas : Élevage : NR : 00000 : 30/06/2011
Altitude : NR - Taille : Imago: 3 mm
Réf. : 73592
Southern France (La Ciotat F 13600)
Edited by HDumas on 27-06-2021 18:55
Greetings from Provence
 
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Posted on 10-07-2011 01:23
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It is an Ogcodes.
 
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Thanks Jorge.
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from what I see the spider could be a Gnaphosidae... always kept the spider rests as they are useful information. Thanks for sharing us this acrocerid.
 
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Posted on 13-10-2011 16:25
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Christian Kehlmaier said:
The acrocerid should be Ogcodes reginae based on morphology alone as no reference barcodes are available yet. The spider host (subadult female and hence impossible to ID from morphology alone) is closest to Clubiona leucaspis. In France there are 31 Clubiona species (Fauna Europaea) but only for 6 of them a barcode exists. Nevertheless, our host spider has a genetic distance from C. leucaspis of only 1.1%.
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