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UK Nature > Spiders

Agelena labyrinthica

Amaurobius similis

Araneus diadematus

Araneus quadratus

Attalus pubescens

Diaea dorsata

Enoplognatha ovata

Eratigena atrica

Larinioides cornutus

Larinioides sclopetarius

Linyphia triangularis

Misumena vatia

Nuctenea umbratica

Pardosa amentata

Pholcus phalangioides

Pisaura mirabilis

Salticus scenicus

Scotophaeus blackwalli

Steatado bipuncta

Steatado nobilis

Xysticus cristatus

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