Scotina celans

Scotina celans (Blackwall, 1841)

Prosoma is dark and shiny with light yellow-brown median and radial stripes. Olive-black opisthosoma with reddish brown to light brown or yellow spots. Legs yellow-brown.

Scotina celans

Identification

Prosoma is dark and shiny with light yellow-brown median and radial stripes. Olive-black opisthosoma with reddish brown to light brown or yellow spots. Legs yellow-brown.

ORDER

Arachnida

FAMILY

Liocranidae

TYPE

Spiders

Widespread in parts of southern England, very scattered in the west and further north. Found in leaf litter and moss, preferring heavily vegetated, damp areas.

Woodland

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Females can be seen all year round, males in summer, autumn and January

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LATIN NAME

Scotina celans

Size (MM)

Body length male: 2.8-3.3 mm

iucn Status
lc

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