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Unknwon forest spider
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Posted on 25-01-2022 16:24
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Hi,
A small spider photographed in the litter of a deciduous forest 20km West of Paris. 5-6mm.
Do you have any idea about its identity?
Thanks for help,

FRV
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Posted on 28-01-2022 10:40
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No idea?
 
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Maybe something like Lepthyphantes minutus?
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Thank you Tony, that's it!

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Hello,
sorry I am just discovering this view !

I am not sure here we can exclude Labulla thoracica female (other linyphiid. caracteristic in forest).

Is it possible to have a more dorsal view to see well the prosoma ?

Thank you by advance.

Christian
 
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Thanks Roy. Unfortunately I have no other views. I had not the time before it ran away.

FRV
 
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