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Water Spider

Water Spider

Description:
The Dolomède, call’d also water-spider, a spider is impressive by its size, which can reach 28 mm. Females are generally slightly larger than males. Dolomède The color varies from gray-brown to greenish brown. Marks, lines and dots that decorate their abdomens enable them well apart.

Alimentation:
The Dolomède feeds on insects it catches on or in water, soil and vegetation­.

Habit:
The Dolomède lives near the lakes and rivers in the pile of stone on the docks. Being nomadic, sometimes even find it in the woods, in our homes and delivered to garden.

Reproduction:
Dolomède The female produces a spherical bag of about 14 mm in diameter that carries below it with its chelicerae and pedipalps. This bag can hold up to 1,000 eggs.