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8 legged

Arachnobaron
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Hy, I found a little spider near my garage (Germany, Bavaria) a few days ago. I couldn't interpret it, but I almost assume a tiny wolf spider. Since I found her, I've kept her in a mini terrarium ... I just saw that she made an egg sac ...
Does anyone know this - probably - female and adult animal? The bodylength is ~ 0,3cm

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Poonjab

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I can think of a few people here who might.....😏
 

Biollantefan54

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Yes it’s a wolf spider, looks like something in the genus Pardosa but I don’t know what lives in your area.
 

8yte

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// Hey, This seems to be a Forest-Wolfspider ( Xerolycosa nemoralis ) - with a max size of just 7mm this is one of the smaller wolf spiders here in Germany. This species most often can be found at dry forest edges and sunny forest glades.
For cases like these I stumbeled upon a little Book: "Welche Spinne ist das? - Kosmos - Naturführer - Das Pocket-Format" published by "Kosmos". It's super small and handy and for only 7 bucks a really nice thing to have imo. ^^
 
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