Buff/brown spider. Broad flat head. Long seed shaped abdomen with 4 spots.
No interactions present.
You have 2 different species here, a Nursery Web Spider on the left and I believe a Wolf Spider on the right.
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...definitely and likely IDs as above
Bit of an oops moment there - had a hard day.
Thanks for help everyone. Will post wolf spider separately.
Re the n/web spider - do the differences in colouration and clarity of markings indicate gender, maturity, or just range of appearance?
Must be something in the water. How can I delete repeated message?
Lat/Lng: 51.224166, 1.193705
OS grid ref: TR230520
This dwarf hebe supplies a good living to a wide range of invertebrates.