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Blacktail wolfspider rear-view Looking from above I thought the egg sac was rather flat, but with this side view I could see that it is round and bigger then I thought.<br />
After the eggs hatch the little hatchlings spend some time sitting on the back of mom.<br />
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Dutch name: Zwartstaartboswolfspin (Pardosa lugubris)<br />
No wiki :( Geotagged,Pardosa lugubris,Parental care,The Netherlands Click/tap to enlarge

Blacktail wolfspider rear-view

Looking from above I thought the egg sac was rather flat, but with this side view I could see that it is round and bigger then I thought.
After the eggs hatch the little hatchlings spend some time sitting on the back of mom.

Dutch name: Zwartstaartboswolfspin (Pardosa lugubris)
No wiki :(

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  1. Top view of this spider:
    Blacktail wolfspider top-view Dutch name: Zwartstaartboswolfspin (Pardosa lugubris)<br />
No wiki :( Blacktail Wolf Spider,Geotagged,Pardosa lugubris,Parental care,The Netherlands
    Posted 9 years ago

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The Pardosa lugubris is a spider species, belonging to the wolf spiders (Lycosidae). It is one of the most famous types of wolf spiders. This spider is found also in the Netherlands. The spider often has a light brown thorax with a light middle stripe. The abdomen has light hair and legs are striped. The spider is often no larger than 1 cm.

Similar species: Spiders
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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By Joost Thissen

Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives
Uploaded Feb 17, 2013. Captured Oct 8, 2012 10:14 in Bestseweg, 5691 Son, The Netherlands.
  • SLT-A55V
  • f/8.0
  • 1/125s
  • ISO1600
  • 90mm