xysticus

xysticus Dark brown or reddish-brown crab spiders often existing on weeds or trees. The genus name is derived from the ancient Greek root xyst-, 'scraped, scraper'.
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Xysticus

Xysticus is a genus of crab spider. Xysticus cristatus is a common and widespread British species with a body about six millimetres long found in hedgerows and meadows where it waits on twigs or flowers, motionless, for passing insect prey.
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Xysticus

X. cristatus X. croceus X. erraticus X. humilis X. lanio X. triguttatus X. ulmi Xysticus is a genus of ground crab spiders described by C. L. Koch in 1835, belonging to the order Araneae, family Thomisidae. The genus name is derived from the Ancient Greek root xyst, meaning `scraped, scraper`. The genus Xysticus is distributed almost worldwide, .....
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