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Sidymella hirsuta |
(This identification is based on an image presented by
female: 7 mm|
male: 4 mm
This spider can be found on stems and leaves, especially when these are rather hairy and matching it in colour
Unknownbut this spider is probably too timid to bite unless seriously provoked and is not known to be toxic to humans
This spider differs from other Sidymella species it that it has a very hairy body and legs whereas most Sidymella species are not obviously hairy.
Spider(s) with a very similar appearance: Sidymella trapezia.
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Last updated 8 May 2009.