Pardosa pullata is one of the commonest species in the genus, being found all over the UK and Northern Europe. It is a hunting spider (also known as "wolf" spider) and can often be seen running around on sunny days on the ground in fields and on paths. The photograph is of a preserved female of the species. There are two epigynes shown in the gallery. Whilst I believe they are both from specimens of Pardosa pullata there are some interesting differences.
Head and chelicerae of a male Pardosa pullata
Head and chelicerae of a female Pardosa pullata, viewed from the side nearest the mouthparts.
Left Pedipalp (male sexual organ) of Pardosa pullata, side view
Chelicerae of Pardosa pullata
Spinnerets of Pardosa pullata
Left pedipalp of Pardosa pullata, ventral view
Tarsus of a female Pardosa pullata
Epigyne (1) of Pardosa pullata. Compare this with the image to the right.
Epigyne (2) of Pardosa pullata. Notice the wider central tongue and other detailed differences.