Anoteropsis forsteri facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsAnoteropsis forsteri
The species is named after the arachnologist Raymond Forster, who mentored the describer of this species.
Anoteropsis forsteri was described in 2002.
Anoteropsis forsteri is very similar to A. litoralis which occupies similar habitat, but can be distinguished by morphological features of their reproductive organs.
Habitat and distribution
Anoteropsis forsteri occupies sand dunes and beaches, where their colouration allows them to camouflage into the background very easily. They can be found in these habitats south of 44°S in New Zealand (Many habitats to the north are typically occupied by A. litoralis, a similar species).
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