This spider is 5-5.5 mm long (body length)
The epigyne is dark and similar to Linyphia triangularis, but the size and abdominal pattern does not match very well
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Your first post Kristin. I'm not up wi' spiders but jolly well done with this, and today's, post.
Can you say how you took the photo's through the scope (what scope, what camera) and how you subdue the 'piders?.
THREE MARINE PROJECTS
Lat/Lng: 51.7, -1.3
OS grid ref: SP5305