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tiny spider

tiny spider
Wayland, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
April 9, 2007
Size: ~1.5mm

Any chance you have a side view or a front view of the eyes?

No other angles
It can be frassed if it isn't going anywhere.

I think we'll figure it out some day
It has a very distinct pattern.

Moved from True Spiders. Do you remember any adults in the area? Do you think there is any chance this could be a Pirate spider spiderling?

I didn't see adults
but it reminds me of the Ero spiders I've found in Massachusetts.

Ero spiderling
is a possibility. Good suggestion.

btw - Rod says - No clue.

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