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Raft Spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus) female resting on the surface of a moorland pool Featured Italicus Image

Raft Spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus) female resting on the surface of a moorland pool

Raft Spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus) female resting on the surface of a moorland pool, photographed with a fisheye lens to show surrounding habitat. Nordtirol, Austrian Alps, June

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View of the aqueduct of Aspendos Featured Italicus Image

View of the aqueduct of Aspendos

View of the aqueduct of Aspendos. Water was carried in limestone pieps and various mechanism controlled the pressure and regulated the flow. An inscription states that one Tiberius Claudius italicus donated two million denarii for its construction. Country of Origin: Turkey. Culture: Ancient Roman. Date/Period: 2nd C AD. Place of Origin:Aspendos. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ N.J. Saunders Location: 07A

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images

European Black Scorpion Featured Italicus Image

European Black Scorpion

SPH-3300
European Black Scorpion
This specimen found in a house in Reading, UK - probably imported in holiday baggage
Widespread in southern Europe
Euscorpius italicus
Introduced to UK via luggage!
Steve Hopkin
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