Lynx Spiders - Oxypidae

30 Oct 2012 13:40 - 17 May 2013 12:17 #593 by
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I was concentrating on lynx spiders for a while as once you know their ways and haunts they are quite easy to find. Unfortunately I did not grasp just how hard they are to identify nor how many seem to be unidentified by science or ID sources available on the net. I now have a growing collection of photos but no species IDs, ala.............





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30 Oct 2012 13:49 - 30 Oct 2012 13:52 #594 by
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31 Mar 2013 16:47 - 31 Mar 2013 16:59 #876 by Paul T
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Yet more Thai lynx spiders I have not been able to identify............





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31 Mar 2013 16:58 #877 by Paul T
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Some I have been able to ID............

Oxyopes Birmanicus...




A green lynx spider, Peucetia sp. or a Peucetia viridans variation:

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04 Aug 2013 16:29 #1197 by Paul T
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another unknown lynx spider ......


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