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Synema globosum


Crab spider - Synema globosum
Crab spider - Synema globosum
Synema globosum
Synema globosum
Synema globosum on a leaf
Synema globosum on a leaf
Synema globosum - side view
Synema globosum - side view
Synema globosum - Top view
Synema globosum - Top view
Synema globosum - Crab spider
Synema globosum - Crab spider
Synema globosum
Synema globosum

Synema globosum
Subspecies6
German namesSüdliche Glanz-Krabbenspinne
Dutch namesBlinkende krabspin
French namesThomise Napoléon
AuthorJohann Christian Fabricius, 1775
Distribution
Continents:

Eurasia
Europe
South Europe (Iberian Peninsula (Spain (Balearic Islands), Portugal, Andorra), Italy (Italy Islands (Sicily, Sardinia), North Italy, South Italy)), North Europe (British Isles (United Kingdom (Great Britain)), Germany, Baltic region (Baltic States (Latvia))), West Europe (Austria, France (South France (Corsica)), Switzerland, Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands)), Central Europe (Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic (Moravia, Bohemia), Slovakia), Southeast Europe (Romania, Yugoslavia (Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro (Serbia), Macedonia), Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, Moldova), East Europe (Ukraine)
Russia
Asia
Far East (East Asia (China, Japan, Korea)), West Asia (Near East (Turkey)), Central Asia (Turkestan (Kazakhstan))


Ecozones: Palaearctic

Distribution by Synonymus:
Synaema globosum   China, Japan, Italy, France, Spain, Sicily, Sardinia, North Italy, South Italy
CountriesAlbania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Macedonia, Moldova, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom
Links and ReferencesSynema globosum in faunaeur.org
Synema globosum in itis.gov
Synema globosum in Wikipedia (English)

Description of images / photos
Photography with Cameras
Nikon D3x, Nikon D300, Canon 50D
Image editing with Photoshop
1. Crab spider - Synema globosum
2. Synema globosum
3. Synema globosum on a leaf
4. Synema globosum - side view
5. Synema globosum - Top view
6. Synema globosum - Crab spider
7. Synema globosum
Quick search: Crab - View - Spider - Leaf - Top - Side
Taxonomy
ClassArachnida
Arachnids
SubclassMicrura
InfraclassMegoperculata
OrderAraneae
Spiders
SuborderAraneomorphae
True Spiders
InfraorderAraneomorphi
SuperfamilyThomisoidea
FamilyThomisidae
Crab spiders, Typical Crab Spiders
SubfamilyThomisinae
GenusSynema
Speciesglobosum
Synema globosum
AuthorFabricius, 1775
 
Synonyms
Aranea globosa
Aranea irregularis
Aranea plantigera
Aranea rotundata
Diaea globosa
Diaea kochi
Diaea nitida
Diaea nitidula
Synaema globosum
Synema globosa
Synema globosum canariense
Synema globosum daghestanicum
Synema globosum japonicum
Synema japonica
Synema japonicum
Synema rotundata
Thomisus globosus
Thomisus rotundatus
 
Subspecies
Synema globosum canariense
Synema globosum clarum
Synema globosum flavum
Synema globosum globosum
Synema globosum nigriventre
Synema globosum pulchellum
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Keywords
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