Post Dwarf Weaver, Black Money Spider

Erigone atra (Blackwall, 1833)

Glossy, chestnut-brown prosoma, with a bulbous, grey black opisthosoma. Legs yellow-brown to red-brown.

Post Dwarf Weaver, Black Money Spider

Identification

Glossy, chestnut-brown prosoma, with a bulbous, grey black opisthosoma. Legs yellow-brown to red-brown.

ORDER

Arachnida

FAMILY

Linyphiidae

TYPE

Spiders

One of most common spiders, it is widespread throughout most of the UK. Found at ground level on low vegetation and under the bark of fallen trees.

Woodland, grassland, farmland, gardens

Coming soon

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

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LATIN NAME

Erigone atra

Size (MM)

Body length male: 1.9-2.5 mm Body length female: 1.8-2.8 mm

iucn Status
lc