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sorry bad part in the translation....

" (but it is there). When I see the other locations than I think it needs heat.
Bruges is a city with ten times more tourists than locals. "

scytodes thoracica

Hi Kymer,

I have long been searching in my books.
Sometimes the drawing on the legs was inadequate.
Whether the proportions are not.
I found something that seemed to me.
But the abdomen (opisthosoma) is not black.
It happens that males and females look different.
On Google I went to see some pictures.
There were indeed between, but I do not know if I can trust on if it is correct.
I have some references posted below.
I also found on this wiki in Dutch, with references concerning the spinning kind Scytodes. There are many subspecies, but in many cases without photo.
http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scytodes
The spider species is rare in Belgium, especially in walls of houses. (but it is for). If ol the other sites see then I think the heat needs. Bruges is a city with ten times as many tourists and locals. So that occasionally something comes along from Australia, or ... Does not seem so crazy.

http://www.galerie-insecte.org/galerie/i...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/co...

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Getijgerde_...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scytodes_th...

Greetings, Franky

Kymer
Spotted by
Kymer

Brugge, Vlaanderen, Belgium

Spotted on Jun 4, 2011
Submitted on Jun 4, 2011

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