A little Crab Spider spotted at Lunt on Sunday.
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A family day out...
That's a female Wolf spider with young. This on the other hand is possibly Ungoliant
Actually a Crab spider (Xysticus sp.) only a few mm across on a curled up leaf. These are the same critter.
Just a little one - I think maybe a Common Candy-striped spider - it's just abseiled down and landed on the leaf, although you can't see the strand of silk.
And one of the commonest spiders I see, one of the Long-jawed Orb-weaver species
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
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