Edderkoppdyr: Suctobelba regia.

Suctobelba regia is distributed throughout Europe. It is characteristic of acidic forest soils. This species was first found in Norway in 2019. It occurred in a broadleaf forest in nearly all habitats studied and was quite abundant. The species is parthenogenetic, only females are present and they are produced from unfertilized eggs.

Suctobelba regia Moritz, 1970
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