Pseudeuophrys lanigera (Fleecy Jumper)
One of our smaller jumping spiders (females up to 5mm long) and very strongly associated with buildings, especially the sunny sides of roofs and high up on sunny walls. The body has a pattern of grey and brown patches that produces a pattern that looks like woven wool and can render it wonderfully camouflaged on darker mortar. It sometimes overwinters indoors. P. lanigera is widespread in southern Britain but becomes scarce in the north.

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