This looks like a crab spider to me but could anyone tell me which kind it is, please? It was fairly small (sorry, don't have an exact measurement) and was moving very fast on an outside door.
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Forgot to mention that most Ozyptila spp are considered rare, although I have recorded two species in my garden. They can only reliably be identified using a microscope on dead specimens.
Forgot to mention that Ozyptila spp are considered rare, some are Red Data Book species, and even the more common ones have a slightly less rare status. I have recorded two species in my garden, but find them difficult to ID in the field as I see them so infrequently. Good find!
Thanks for the info. I'm pleased that you think this was a good find!
Sorry the photo is dark but I generally keep my camera on the 'intelligent' setting (meaning that the camera is supposed to adjust focusing etc automatically) but as this was in partial shade and partial sun and on a white background, it fooled the camera. I don't tend to fiddle with settings on the camera too much anymore as I've missed photo opportunities in the past for that reason.
Lat/Lng: 52.7, 0.3
OS grid ref: TF5820