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Evarcha falcata

Synonyms: Evarcha falcata nigrofusca

Wikipedia Abstract

Evarcha falcata is a species of jumping spider with Palaearctic distribution. Females are about 7 millimetres (0.28 in) long, males slightly shorter. Two subspecies are currently recognised: \n* Evarcha falcata nigrofusca (Strand, 1900) (Norway) \n* Evarcha falcata xinglongensis Yang & Tang, 1996 (China)
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Prey / Diet

Musca autumnalis (face fly)[1]

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Distribution

Asia; Afghanistan; Azerbaijan; Russia: Siberia: Tuva; Turkey: Aegean, Anatolia E, Anatolia SE; Europe; Austria; Belgium; Bulgaria; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France: all over; Germany; Great Britain; Greece: Crete; Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Macedonia Republic; Moldova; Netherlands; Poland; Romania; Russia: Ural; Slovakia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Ukraine: Crimea, Left Bank; Palearctic;

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1Ecology of Commanster
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Edwin S. George Reserve, University of Michigan, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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