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Found inside a small hedge

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Seems to have a straight 'square' end to the abdomen, maybe Sidymella trapezia.

@arnim will know if I'm right :-)

Posted by tony_wills 6 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by kate_curtis 6 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by kiwifergus 6 days ago (Flag)
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Looks right to me. The square end can get a bit rounded, sometimes even quite a bit rounded when they're gravid. At least in the dunes, that happens this time of year more than any other.

Posted by arnim 6 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by arnim 6 days ago (Flag)
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So this is NOT S. trapezia???

Posted by kiwifergus 6 days ago (Flag)
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Posted by wilfredlandon 5 days ago (Flag)
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Square-ended Crab Spiders - Photo (c) Robert Whyte, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
Community ID: Square-ended Crab Spiders (Genus Sidymella)
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