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Metellina mengei
2013-10-09 13:21:22

Metellina mengei is a spider belonging to the Tetragnathidae family located in Europe up to Georgia. It was once though to be a form of M. segmentata that occurs in the spring. M. mengei is much rarer than M. segmentata. This species is much like Metellina segmentata, from which it can only be distinguished by comparing the genital features. Another pointer id that males of M. segmentata...

Tetragnatha extensa
2013-10-09 13:17:36

Tetragnatha extensa is a species of spider found across the Northern Hemisphere. It has an elongate body, up to .43 inches long, and assumes a straight line posture when it is alarmed. It lives on low vegetation in damp areas and consumes flying insects which it catches in its web. This spider has a stretched out, cream colored body. The males are smaller than the females at around .35...

Autumn Spider
2009-05-02 18:59:11

The Autumn Spider (Metellina segmentata) is a species of spider that has a Palearctic distribution and has been introduced to Canada. Adults are normally found from August to October. The preferred habitat is open wood edges or gardens. This is one of the most common orb-weaving spiders. The web of this spider has no threads at its center. Most webs are built low above the ground. The...

European Cave Spider
2009-05-02 18:54:00

The European Cave Spider (Meta menardi) is a species of orbweaver spider that has a natural range that extends from Scandinavia to North America and from Europe to Korea. It was introduced into other areas such as Japan and Madagascar. This is one of the largest species of spider found in the United Kingdom (only the Raft Spider is bigger). Other common names for this species is the Orbweaving...

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  • One of the side scenes of the stage in a theater, or the space included between the side scenes.
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The word 'coulisse' comes from a French word meaning "sliding door".
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