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Nowickia ferox | A Nowickia sp. from Moscow region - but which?
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Posted on 22-10-2018 18:33
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Russia, Moscow region, Krasnogorsk, 26 August 2018
All photos are of the same specimen =)

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The palps seem to be yellow, so N. ferox might be a good guess. Theo will surely say more...
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Thanks!
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Only one to be expected around Moskwa (unless you have markilini as well, which is totally different)

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Only one to be expected around Moskwa (unless you have markilini as well, which is totally different)

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Only one to be expected around Moskwa (unless you have markilini as well, which is totally different)

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Oh, OK! Thanks a lot!
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Zeegers wrote:
Only one to be expected around Moskwa (unless you have markilini as well, which is totally different)

Theo

Actually, N. marklini is present in Moscow region (but of course it is different):
http://nature.doublea.ru/index.php?p=22660952805
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mkes sense. I got marklini from Estonia.

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