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Attulus floricola  (C. L. Koch, 1837)
≤ 1900   1901-1979   1980-2005   2006 ≤
Description: Female with brownish abdomen with two pairs of light patches, of which the posterior pair is much larger than the anterior. The male is darker, almost black, and with more contrasted markings. The carapace with small, but distinct white triangle slightly behind the posterior row of eyes. A white median line extends from the triangle to the rear of the carapace. Additionally white lines extends back from each eye in the second row along the margins of the carapace. Two transverse white lines are present at the anterior eyes, one above the eyes and one below. Anterior medial eyes are ringed with red hairs. The palps also with some red and white hairs. The abdomen is dark with vague white median line, about midway flanked by small white dots, further back flanked by two larger white patches. Legs with clear rings of white hairs. Size: Female 5-6 mm; male 4-5 mm.

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