Gnathonarium dentatum

Gnathonarium dentatum (Wider, 1834)

Brown prosoma, with a darker eye region, foveal area and radial stripes. Legs orange-yellow. Opisthosoma grey-black, dorsally with brighter longitudinal stripes.

Gnathonarium dentatum

Identification

Brown prosoma, with a darker eye region, foveal area and radial stripes. Legs orange-yellow. Opisthosoma grey-black, dorsally with brighter longitudinal stripes.

ORDER

Arachnida

FAMILY

Linyphiidae

TYPE

Spiders

Widespread throughout most of England and Wales, becoming scattered in the north and absent from most of northern Scotland. Found at ground level among marsh plants

Wetlands

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They can be seen all year round, with a peak in the summer and autumn

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LATIN NAME

Gnathonarium dentatum

Size (MM)

Body length male: 2.2-2.5 mm Body length female: 2.2-3 mm

iucn Status
lc

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