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How to improve the quality of my site ?
Given the large number of known species from Belgium and France, already on my site, I decided some time ago to start on all spiders from Europe and North Africa, in conformity with the species mentioned on the excellent reference site "Araneae, Spiders of Europe".
And as my site has become, over the years, an interesting option in addition to the Araneae site, some arachnologists have taken the initiative to send me species not yet listed on my site and I would like, once again, to thank them for this!
Would you be so kind as to do the same if you have several specimens of the same species in your collection, to send me, as a minimum, a male and two females which I could then photograph and keep in my own collection?
I thank you in advance for your collaboration ;)
If you want to contact me, here is my mail address :
Pierre Oger Close
This is a new page and the aim is to bring together, on a single page, the genitalia of spiders, not only from Belgium and France, but also from the rest of Europe, North Africa and the Canary Islands.
All you have to do is click on a 'Family Genitalia' button (male or female) and they will all be displayed on a new page. It will then be possible to select a country or a region by clicking on one of the tags displayed on the left of the screen: 'Belgium', 'France' or 'Not in BEL-FRA'. And the other two buttons are pointing to the 'Araneae, spiders of Europe' and to the WSC (World Spider Catalog) sites.And I hope this new page will be of interest to you.