5 more Dysdera spp. added. I have to take your word for it on the species IDs but that’s an impressive collection of Dysdera! 😮
Some of my colleagues are working on the phylogeny of Dysdera from the Canary Islands and I joined them in some fieldwork there, so I had the chance to photograph some species. The specimens of the photos were identified by them under the microscope after being photographed.
I figured it must have been something like that. So cool, thanks for sharing them! 😀