Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Pseudoscorpion - Common Chthonius, Ross Plantation 16/10

Sieved from leaf litter it's fortunate that this beast is only a couple of millimetres long. You wouldn't like to see all those claws coming at you!

This is the 2nd commonest pseudoscorpion in the UK and the leaf littr is where it lives, probably eating springtails.

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