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Pisaurid species (QM)|
(This identification is tentative: see notes below)
female: about 6 mm|
male: 5.5 mm
This species may be found in a shallow partly hidden crevices in the ground or wandering on the ground or among leaves of living plants
This spider has unknown toxicity but may be too small to cause significant human illness
The species shown on this page has surface features that most nearly resemble those of members of the Family Pisauridae but are somewhat similar
to those that characterize the Families Lycosidae, Cycloctenidae and Miturgidae. The identification of this spider as shown above must therefore be considered tentative.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Trochosa species and Trochosa species.
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Last updated 23 October 2009.