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Dysdera erythrina

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Arachnida
Suborder  Araneomorphae
Rank  Species
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Araneae
Family  Dysderidae
Dysdera erythrina D erythrina
Similar  Dysdera, Harpactea, Woodlouse spider, Dysderidae, Harpactea rubicunda

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Dysdera erythrina is a species of spider in the family Dysderidae. It is nearly indistinguishable from the spider Dysdera crocata, but is far less common and has a must smaller geographic range. Like its relative D. crocata, this spider uses its disproportionately huge chelicerae to kill woodlice, as well as silverfish, earwigs, millipedes, beetles, and even centipedes.

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Distribution

Dysdera erythrina Dysdera erythrina Espce Araigne

The species is commonly found in the south of Great Britain. It is also found in Western and Central Europe.

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References

Dysdera erythrina Wikipedia


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