IN both cases, all three of these will be Cheiracanthium virescens, the first one including an adult male, the other two either adult or juvenile females. The main adult season is early summer, but there is a second small adult season in autumn, see summary page. It is typically a species found on sparsely vegetated areas in open habitat.
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