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Posted on 24-10-2019 16:20
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Hi,
A small spider found 60km south of Paris on a calcareous grassland.
About 4mm. 2019.05.23.
Any help would be much appreciated!
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Posted on 24-10-2019 20:35
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Hello frv,

seems to be a female Mangora acalypha

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John
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Posted on 25-10-2019 00:15
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Thanks John!
This seems the right guess!

FRV
 
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Hello FRV,

I am not guessing because i actually study spiders. However, i am only concerned with spiders of Germany. I do not know about spiders of France. I am not a global expert or an expert at all. I just like to identify and document spiders. I am not German either but Germany is my home now. I have documented Mangora and i believe that the habitus is quite distinct but we are back at the "i am not an expert" point-of-view.

I think that France only has Mangora acalypha and nothing similar but i do not live there.

I've attached a small sample of my own work with a female Mangora acalypha for reference.

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Thanks John, this is the correct species.

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