Zora spinimana

Zora spinimana (Sundevall, 1833)

Brown lateral bands on the carapace are narrower than the yellow bands. Femur I and II with dark brown longitudinal stripes. Eyes relatively small, head pointed.

Zora spinimana

Identification

Brown lateral bands on the carapace are narrower than the yellow bands. Femur I and II with dark brown longitudinal stripes. Eyes relatively small, head pointed.

ORDER

Arachnida

FAMILY

Zoridae

TYPE

Spiders

Widespread in much of the southern half of Britain and central eastern Scotland, but scattered elsewhere. Found in grassland, near the ground in grass roots or leaf litter, but also under stones or other objects

Grassland, farmland

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They can be found all year round, with peaks in early to mid-summer and the autumn

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LATIN NAME

Zora spinimana

Size (MM)

Body length male: 4.5-5 mm

iucn Status
lc

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