|Drassodes pubescens is the smallest of three very similar species. All are nocturnal hunters, but can be found during the day in their silk cells. This D. pubescens female, was found under loose bark in a log pile at Sherwood Forest CP in September 2009.|
|UK distribution of Drassodes pubescens|
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Updated September 2011
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