Larinioides ixobolus (Thorell, 1873)

Occurrence: Larinioides ixobolus is common mostly on fences and buildings. It is a locally abundant species, it can form colonies. Description: Its flattened abdomen is gray to russet with distinct borders of folium. Adult females can grow to about 15 mm. There is a possible confusion with Larinioides sclopetarius (Clerck, 1757). Period of occurrence: The adult spiders occur throughout the year. Web: Larinioides cornutus builds big, mostly frail web. Its hiding places are crevices. Signal thread is sometimes not significant. During the day we can only the juvenilles sitting on the web. The adults respond to a pray from the hiding place rarely. Food: Its food is small flying insects, which are attracted by street light.

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