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Philodromus dispar
Philodromus dispar is a species in the order spiders (Araneae), the suborder Araneomorphae, the family running crab spiders or philodromid crab spiders (Philodromidae), and the genus (Philodromus). This species is found throughout the palearctic ecozone and is widespread in Germany and Central Europe but even in appropriate habitats is only moderately common. According to the “Red List” of Germany, Philodromus dispar are non endangered in Germany.
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Philodromus aureolus
Philodromus aureolus belong to the genus Philodromus, in the order spiders (Araneae), the suborder Araneomorphae, and the family philodromid crab spiders or running crab spiders (Philodromidae). This species is widespread in Europe, Africa, North America and Asia. It is common in Germany and Central E...
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Due to their appearance, Philodromus aureolus can very easily be confused with Philodromus cespitum and Philodromus buxi. A definite identification is possibleonly by checking the shape of the genitals.
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...ck upper surface. The short hairs create a shine. The legs of both sexes are yellowish-grey and have fine brownish-black spots. There are 4 - 5 thorn- shaped appendages on the bottom of the tibia of the first pair of legs. . Due to their appearance, Philodromus dispar, especially females, can be confused with Philodromus cespitum.
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Running crab spiders
...rs is a family in the order spiders (Araneae) and the suborder Araneomorphae. This family is found throughout the world and comprises approximately 502 species in 29 genera. In Europe there are 25 species. The largest genus of running crab spider is Philodromus with 237 - 240 species, 16 of which are found in Europe. Other genera living in Europe are Ebo, Thanatus, Tibellus and Apollophanes.
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Philodromus aureolus have a flat body. The females have a yellow-brown, golden brown or dark brown base colour. The males are dark brown with a faint light pattern although their colouration is mostly obscured by dense hair. The females are 4-7 mm in length, th...
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...rosoma) is almost round and is reddish brown or dark brown in colour in the females. The upper surface has a wide, bright stripe in the middle. The prosoma of the males is dark and has a metallic sheen and the stripe often appears indistinct. In all Philodromus aureolus, the posterior eyes are further apart than the lateral posterior eyes.
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The legs of Philodromus aureolus are brown to yellow in colour, can be spread out horizontally and allow the spider to move at speed. The tibia of the first leg pair to the bottom is with two pairs of long, and just outside one pair of short sting-like bristles. In particu...
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