- Physocyclus globosus
name = Short-bodied cellar spider
image_caption = female
image_width = 250px
ordo = Araneae
genus = "
species = "P. globosus"
binomial = "Physocyclus globosus"
binomial_authority = (Taczanowski, 1874)
synonyms ="Pholcus globosus"
"Physocyclus globosus", sometimes known as the short-bodied cellar spider is a species of
spiderbelonging to the family Pholcidae. This is a cosmopolitan species, found in caves and buildings throughout the warmer parts of the world.
This is a small brown spider (body length around 6 mm), with a short, broad
abdomen. A black line runs along the back of the carapace, continuing along most of the abdomen. The eight eyes are grouped close together on a raised hump on the face.
*cite book |title= Spiders: Compact Study Guide and Identifier|last= Preston-Mafham|first= Ken|year= 1998|publisher= Angus Books|isbn= 978-1-904594-93-2
* (2008): [http://research.amnh.org/entomology/spiders/catalog/index.html The world spider catalog] , version 8.5. "American Museum of Natural History".
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