Tetragnatha extensa

Possibly the commonest of its genus, Tetragnatha extensa can be seen both day and night sitting at the centre of its web. This spider is often found in the vicinity of water and is possibly the largest of its genus. The colouring on the abdomen is quite variable.

 

 

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