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Tibellus oblongus - female. A species of running crab spider that is adapted to life in grass tussocks. Their long bodies can lie along leaves and stems so that the spiders are hard to sdetect.  Tibellus oblongus is the commoner of the two species in the UK ocurring in all sorts of open tussocky habitats.
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Tibellus oblongus - female. A species of running crab spider that is adapted to life in grass tussocks. Their long bodies can lie along leaves and stems so that the spiders are hard to sdetect. Tibellus oblongus is the commoner of the two species in the UK ocurring in all sorts of open tussocky habitats.

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Date: 3 May 2014
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Credit: EVAN JONES/Nature Photographers Ltd
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