This is another common species across Europe, which can have three colour forms. The version illustrated has a pale yellow-green abdomen. The other variants have either two red stripes on each side or a wider broad red band, respectively, on an otherwise similarly coloured abdomen.
|Head and chelicerae of a male Enoplognatha ovata. Note the very large fangs.||Head and chelicerae of a female Enoplognatha ovata||Chelicerae of a female Enoplognatha ovata|
|Left Pedipalp (male sexual organ) of Enoplognatha ovata||Epigyne (female sexual organ) of Enoplognatha ovata||Spinnerets of Enoplognatha ovata|
|Tarsal claw of Enoplognatha ovata. The serrated bristle can just be seen, as can the third claw.|