Theridion blackwalli

The males and females look similar, and can have variable markings. Body length females 2.5-3mm, males 2-2.5mm.

They feed on small insects.

They Mature between May and July. Found amongst grass and low vegetation, on tree trunks and in or around buildings, in various habitats. Uncommon, but widespread in England.

Photographs taken June 2014, rear garden, Staffordshire.

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