Subject: Unidentified insect
Geographic location of the bug: Wales LL38 2PX
Time: 04:01 PM EDT
Your letter to the bugman: Is this a huntsman? It was in my tissue box one morning .
How you want your letter signed: L.morton
This is not a spider. It is a Harvestman, Dicranopalpus ramosus, in the order Opiliones, and it is an introduced species in the U.K. According to NatureSpot: “The species has spread across Europe from Morocco. As early as 1957, it was reported in Bournemouth in southern England, from where it spread. It reached Scotland in 2000.” This might be a symptom of global warming.