thank you! it surely looks like an Eusparassus Walckenaeri
Havent ever seen again such a spider in Greece. Was easily captured and freed outside. Would like to learn more about it, if someone can identify it! thx! 🙂
Maybe you can search in the family of Sparassidae ? D
you might be right. now that i have checked this family, it looks like it belong to Sparassidae, i found enough photos here that look really like this one. thanx!
what i learned is that next time i should also do more logging for identification purposes, for example the position of the eyes etc etc
Yes the position of the eyes is important and there are many pictures on the web to help you. But there is also the size of the spider wich is important (lenght of the body without legs). It may be usefull. D