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Philodromus dispar?
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Posted on 14-05-2024 14:28

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I have photographed this small spider on a buttercup last week near Paris.
I think it belongs to the species Philodromus dispar which is the most common Philodromus around here.
Am I correct?
Thanks for your comments

FRV attached the following image:

Juergen Peters
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Philodromus albidus.
Best regards,

Juergen Peters
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Posted on 15-05-2024 12:01

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Thank you very much Jürgen. A new find for me!

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How do you exclude P.rufus?
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weia wrote:
How do you exclude P.rufus?

It is mostly darker without these small dots (and rather rare, a xerothermophilic species).
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Juergen Peters
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