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Bei dem Vortelefonat letzte Woche habe ich mich schon beschwert, dass mich diese Denkweise "Die Tiere können doch überall leben, nur nicht draussen" ziemlich stört. Als Beispiel habe ich auch die Bären in Amerika genannt, die Mülltonnen ausräumen. Wer war zuerst im Wald, Bär oder Mensch?

Offensichtlich war das Repellent genug -  das Interview fand gar nicht statt :D.

lg jonathan
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As somebody with multiple first records for my country, I don't use the country filter at Araneae or current checklists :P . My limitations were those of Araneae - I didn't check species from the Levant, Iran or further East in Asia though, I admit.
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It may easily be an undescribed species species or the undescribed male of one of the species described only from females from the Caucasus?

Or still a the first record of a known species for Georgia.

The first strategy is to consult the key at https://araneae.nmbe.ch/genkey/7/Agelenidae?lang=en

Another Idea: I ask Stefan Otto (https://stefan-otto-spiders.de/ & https://caucasus-spiders.info/), a German specialist of Georgian spiders.

HTH
Martin
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Applause!

I have added Your photo to our Wiki:
https://wiki.arages.de/index.php?title=Datei:2021_09_22_10_troch_bulb.jpg (your photo)
https://wiki.arages.de/index.php?title=Trochosa_terricola#Bilder

Please have a look to the copyright info, if it is OK for You or you may say how to change.

Best wishes

Martin
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Thanks Simeon.

Greetings.
Raf
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Wow, a new spider for my research, and he's an adult too.  :D

On site, due to the reflections of the sun, and before downloading the photos I thought it was a female of Bianor albobimaculatus, I had already found there specimens of both sexes of the latter species in the previous days.
But seeing the photos on the pc I immediately noticed that many things did not add up.

Thanks Simeon.  ;)

Greetings.
Raf
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Attulus distinguendus adult male.
Simeon
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Gorgoglione, Province of Matera, Basilicata, Southern Italy.

Date of discovery: September 24, 11:30 am, sunny.
Habitat: between and on the pebbles and the low and sparse vegetation, on the shore of a small pond formed in the bed of a currently dry stream.
Size: about 3-4mm.

Hello,
what is this little Salticidae?
I can't even understand sex.
Thanks.
Raf

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Ciao Marcus,
yes, Steatoda triangulosa male.

Greetings.
Raf
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Hallo,

am 20.09.2021 sah ich diese ca. 5 mm große Spinne in der Mitte Sachsen-Anhalts in der Wohnung. Ich meine, es könnte sich um einen Vertreter aus der Gattung Steatoda handeln.

VG Marcus

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