AppearanceThe two species are difficult to distinguish: ''A. similis'' tends to be larger and darker in colouration when an adult, and prefers the indoors. Both species have V-shaped markings on their abdomens, with ''A. similis'' usually having four, and ''A. fenestralis'' two or three. Examination of the genitalia may be needed for precise identification.
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