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Female Salticidae from Rhodes
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Posted on 13-02-2017 20:28
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Hi, I found this spider on 19-06-2015, near Faliraki Rhodes. She was covering her egg-sack with silk on a bush in the frigana.
Being a female, it is probably impossible to ID, but one never knows...
Anyway, I thank for any help in advance!
Greetings,
Henrik
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Mogrus sp.
Most likley M. neglectus.
 
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Thanks a lot Armen! It is more than I expected.
Kind regards,
Henrik
 
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