Philodromidae  Thorell, 1870 / Thanatus  C. L. Koch, 1837   34 species

Thanatus striatus  C. L. Koch, 1845

Description

Secondary tibial apophysis ventrally, long, flat. Embolus with whip-like tip. Body and legs sand-coloured, with vague pattern consisting of brown spots.

Body length male: 3-4.2 mm
Body length female: 3.9-6.8 mm
Additional information

often relatively frequent in damp meadows, on sea coasts, in swamps. Overwinters as subadult-adult, so adults already occur early in the year (March)

Distribution
  Presence
  No data
Global distribution (WSC 2019): North America, Europe, Turkey, Russia (Europe to Far East), Central Asia
Phenology
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References

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Updates
28-04-2014 Distribution update Old value
12-11-2013 Image insert