Probably: E. udus
Is under research.
Waste heap of the former mine Hendrik, South Limburg (NL).
It is a trigonotarbid spider-like animal, not a real (modern) spider. These trigonotarbids were armoured with a carapace. The upper side parts are called tergites and they are numbered T1 - T9. The lower site parts are called sternites.
Look below to see the differences between the two species to be considered.
Collection and photo: Tom van Houtem, Heerlen
|Up to now Eophrynus udus has only be
found in Hagen-Vorhalle (Germ).
Drawings from Brauckmann, Koch & Kemper: Spinnentiere (Arachnida) und Insekten aus den Vorhalle-Schichten von Hagen-Vorhalle,
Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen, Heft 3 (1985)