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Description of Nurscia albomaculata
Because of the markings it resembles Steatoda albomaculata. Also strongly resembles Nurscia sequerai.
Female 6,5 to 11 mm.
Abdomen black-brown with an in (sun) light clear metallic shine and five pairs of white dots on top. The front pair is quite close to the carapace and is not always clearly present.
Legs and palps reddish brown to black-brown with light annulations. Sometimes a distinctive, predominantly blue, metallic shine mainly femora.
Male 6 to 11 mm.
Markings and colours almost identical to the female.
Dry, warm areas under rocks and on the ground.
Occurs in southern Europe. Up to the north as far as Germany.
The portrayed specimen has been found in June. No further information about the period is known.