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Author 'RicharDuNord' : Photo week last, has the Hague in the Cotentin in Normandy... Spider Interior... But I do not know his name... Can you help me a identify it? In advance thank you. Richard - Waterloo - Belgium.
Lien : Http://richardunord1.skynetblogs.be



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> Author RicharDuNord [G] [P] [C] [F] (http://) >Reply Oct 19, 2013
Thank you Naturman for your comment... It was, in 2006, the beginning of my interest in arachnids... One of my first photos taken with a tiny APN !!! Since then, I've dedicated a blog where more than 385. 000 visitors are gone !!!
The Tégénaires are difficult to identify on a photo, and only a passage under a binocular magnifying glass (I do not) allows certainties... usually, for the most common, the group... Here, for example, it is one of the Tegenaria atrica group (atrica-the-duellica... well, that's what I think !
For the little story, the Tegenaria gigantea has become duellica !
 
> Naturman (http://) >Reply Oct 19, 2013
I took the air to be a Tegenaria gigantea.
 
> Lolonina76 [G] [P] [C] >Reply Nov 28, 2012
Nice shot of this bug, apparently I took one of those cousins in the photo, in Normandy also.
 
> Gontrand62 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 28, 2011
Thank you for your passage, I see that you are a great lover of these nice little beasts I've photographed a few also, bravo for this tégénaire, the spider, the faster in the race and very fearful, so it is hard to photograph.
 
> RacC >Reply Oct 28, 2011
I am looking for a species of spider, this is exactly the physical level but without the hair finally with a little less hair... Otherwise, spider
 
> Missdu40 >Reply Sep 04, 2010
Hum is a wolf spider it is harmless but they feed on insects so it's convenient for us.
 
 Identification > Richardunord >Reply
Sep 07, 2010
 
: 19: No, Missdu40 ... Not a wolf spider but a beautiful house spider (Tegenaria sp.) But thank you for your comment! Richard
 
> Angel >Reply Aug 16, 2010
Well done I think, I do not like spiders but that I liked: 3:: 1:: 2:!
 
> Cath [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 23, 2009
Hello Richard! But I did not know that you had put photos on this site ... Where I also have a gallery ... You have made much progress since, either in pictures or in the identification ... see you soon.
 
> Truc >Reply Jan 11, 2009
I'm scared of some spiders: 17:: 18:: 12:
 
> Samantha >Reply Nov 11, 2008
Bah what horror: I hope it was with the zoom because otherwise be held a few centimeters of a spider, I can not because I hate spiders, beurk! Otherwise nice photo ...
 
> Ivantil >Reply Jul 31, 2008
Tégénaire giant (max size 18mm). Not tégénaire black(size about 6mm). (I recognize, there are plenty of at home in Normandy and they make a lot more than 6mm !)
They will only bite if they feel attacked, but she sometimes sleeps in the same bed as you... When one turns over in his sleep, we wake up with a beautiful plate of 3 to 5cm diameter red and irritant.
I do not like these spiders. Small that make their webs in the garden, it goes on, but those who live in my house, I'm not a buddy with them.
Beautiful photo !
 
> Lola >Reply Jun 28, 2008
Strange spider... But it is hard to imagine its size ? is it as big as a fist ?
Otherwise, nice photo although spiders don't bother me tremble...
 
> Ace >Reply Apr 15, 2008
Really cool,your beautiful photo shooting. I'm not a big fan of the spider but she is really beautiful
 
> Char_lou >Reply Mar 17, 2008
the picture is really good. I'm not very sure, but I think it is a spider of the race of the tégénaires, or spider domesticas. And I think that it is a male. She is fond of dry places in search of small insects and other foods. PS: It is necessary to leave the spiders alone. The arachnids are really very valuable.
 
> Goldwing >Reply Mar 05, 2008
Your spider despite the blurring is recognizable. Your photo is framed wrongly
 
> Aciid-3lectro >Reply Mar 05, 2008
It is a breed of spider that can be found in every home, it is a Tégénaire Black ( Tegenia atrica )
Voila. I'm currently at home
 
> Géna >Reply Feb 18, 2008
The Arachnids I have never been disturbed. On the contrary, I find these little creatures very interesting.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 19, 2007
Congrats Tégéniophile (= who likes the 'Tégénaires', it is indeed a 'black Spider' (Tegenaria atrica Koch), recognizable with its large paws and yellowish to dark brown of his abdomen. The female is large than male. Good photo : bravo and thank you.
 
> Tégéniophile >Reply Oct 19, 2007
I love this picture because it is very well taken, and it's easy to see what type of tégénaire it agits I think tégénaire atrica, which is very dark and I would go can be for a male juvenile but then I'm not sure at all.
 
> Ben >Reply Aug 09, 2006
This is a photo rather banal, we often see these spiders in the house ( it is a tégénaire ). In addition, we see the edge of the glass in which it is captive...
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 20, 2006
Bravo Cortomax : I also think the spider Tégénaire and more specifically in the Tegeneria ferruginea common in the houses in search of flies, insects and ants. They are thus precious allies ! Good documentary photo.
 
> Supermaman >Reply Jun 18, 2006
It is a beautiful beast ! But the photo appears a bit fuzzy and blurry, it's a shame.
 
> Choupdu6-9 [G] [P] [C] >Reply Jun 05, 2006
Your photo is well done but I couldn't get as close to this spider, just to see her I have chills in the back !
 
> Tony >Reply May 22, 2006
He would have to see it to be sure of is that it is : it would be simpler to identify !
 
> Cortomax >Reply May 13, 2006
In my opinion also it is a Tégénaire : it is harmless (except if you're a fly).
 
> David >Reply May 08, 2006
For me it is a Tégénaire home, a spider that's scary, but that is very nice !
 
> Mimi [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 03, 2006
Ho the ugly beast that I don't like, I hate araignés, and all the insects in climbing, but it is beautiful your photo, I will note and I'm current... MIMI.
 
> Kodakgirl >Reply May 02, 2006
Was there a spot in your lens ? by chance... I like spiders, but I find it fuzzy. Shame !
 
> Mamadouée >Reply May 02, 2006
Ouaaahhh, the beautiful arachnid ! Say-see, all beautiful as it is, it seems to be a little faded, your spider, or even deceased ! You would have you not committed suicide ? I am a huge fan of these critters, for their constructions, among others, and their purpose on our planet.
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 02, 2006
I don't like so much (not at all actually) spiders, but your photo is very good all the same.
 
> Dorothy [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 02, 2006
Bahhh horror, to THE RESCUE... Bbrrr... I have goose bumps, but very nice photo !!! I saves me soon...
 
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