|A. sabulosa at rest on sand, around 20mm long excluding appendages.|
Adults are active hunters and can be seen running quickly across sandy surfaces - making for some tricky photography, but an excellent excuse to look closely at some local heathlands, something well worth doing the next time to sun is shining...
|A. sabulosa running on sand, its legs a blur of motion!|
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