(harvestman)

Nemastoma bimaculatum (Fabricius, 1775)

Distinctive harvestman, with white spots behind the head, pale stripe on the abdomen and relatively short legs

(harvestman)

Identification

Distinctive harvestman, with white spots behind the head, pale stripe on the abdomen and relatively short legs

ORDER

Opiliones

FAMILY

Nemastomatidae

TYPE

Spiders

Very widespread in the UK, the most commonly recorded British harvestman. Found from coast to mountain top, occupying microhabitats in the soil layer, below rocks, logs and other debris, and within moss and leaf-litter. (britishspiders.org.uk)

Woodland, wetland, grassland, farmland, gardens

Coming soon

They can be seen all year round

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LATIN NAME

Nemastoma bimaculatum

Size (MM)

Body length: 2.5 mm

iucn Status
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