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Woodlouse Hunter (Dysdera crocata)
Woodlouse Spider, Dysdera crocata
The widespread and fairly common Woodlouse Spider is found wherever woodlice abound.
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It ranges from 9-15 millimeters in body length, and has very large chelicerae (jaws) with long fangs.
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Dysdera crocata adult with fangs opened.
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The woodlouse spider has powerful fangs designed to pierce woodlouse shells
Shane was unsure of what species it was, so I contacted the British Arachnological Society for identification.
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The Woodlouse Hunter is actually native to the western Europe, but has been introduced over much of the globe through commerce and other forms of human ...
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Male Dysdera crocata
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They have six eyes, and catch their prey by running it down at night. During the day woodlouse spiders hide in a small silk cell beneath rocks and logs.
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Woodlouse Hunter (Dysdera crocata) Also known as the woodlouse spider or Stiletto spider, the woodlouse hunter is a species of dysderid spider that is ...
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Love these unusual arachnids: "Because of its relatively large fangs and wide gape, the woodlouse spider is an unusually dominant predator for its size.
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The jaws and fangs of woodlouse spiders are quite large in proportion to their body, and they are specially developed for catching and killing woodlice.
These six-eyed, nocturnal Spiders have long Chelicerae/ jaws, with large fangs capable of catching and eating Woodlice. Found in damp but warm habitats, ...
Found this incredible looking Woodlouse spider (Dysdera crocata) today while taking a walk in
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Woodlouse Spider (Dysdera crocata, Dysdera rubicunda), sitting on wood, France,
Woodlouse spider {Dysdera crocata} close up of huge fangs (chelecerae) for piercing the armour of woodlice on which the spider feeds, UK, Dysderidae
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The wasp spider earns its name from the distinctive markings across its body
Dysdera crocata (Woodlouse Hunter) | Adult Male | Native to Europe, and now widespread across the globe, this brightly colored spider is hard to miss.
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They reach up to 18mm in size, have a legspan to 40mm, and are specific because of the dusky pink body. This species preys exclusively upon woodlice making ...
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Adult female Woodlouse Spider (Dysdera crocata)
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... here is a delightful illustration from Bristowe's "The World of Spiders" showing Dysdera crocata in action... doing what a woodlouse spider does best!
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Large adult female Woodlouse Spider (Dysdera crocata), missing a leg.
Stock Photo - Woodlouse spider Dysdera crocata A nocturnal ground-living spider, showing large fangs, unearthed from a compost heap in the garden
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Woodlouse spiders are not dangerous to humans, but they do have a painful bite from their large fangs.
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The woodlouse spider is noted for its deep red coloring and its large fangs, or
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Dysdera crocata showing its impressive fangs
Hello, I found this spider tonight crawling out from one of my closets. I live in San Diego County, CA. I believe it is a Woodlouse Spider/Hunter, ...
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