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To save me getting the books out and trying to look it up, is anyone able to point out any of the features that lead to a species ID for this one (and other Crab Spiders)?
Hi Roy, the little bit I have read about the crab spiders says its named after its squat shape, and characteristic sideways scuttle. Obviously, cant tell the movement by a photo. But, large front legs which are turned forward.Also 8, small, equally sized eyes in two rows. Most photos on here seem to be female as the male is half the size with dark markings. I am using 'Insects & spiders' pocket nature book by G McGavin & FSC guide to house & garden spiders for ref.
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