Usually found in houses or out buildings, this one was found on a path at the edge of the woods.
As with all tegenaria the males are more easily seen in late summer and autumn when they wander off in search of a mate.
Male body length ranges from 10 -14 mm.
Females look the same, but have a fatter body.
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Fully grown females have a body length of 11 - 16 mm, and males 10 - 14 mm.
The web is a sheet with a tubular retreat.
They are found in a vide variety of habitats.
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Male and female 6 - 8 mm long.
Found in dry place in stone walls and around stones.
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Found year round in gardens and woods. The female is easier to spot in the summer as she carries her (usually beige or light coloured) egg sac around behind her.
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In gardens and woods in silk lined burrows in the litter layer during the day, in the open when hunting at night. This is a female with her egg sac. She had one leg missing.
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