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Pillow hider  - Scytodes lugubris - male

Pillow hider - Scytodes lugubris - Male
Surprise , Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
April 27, 2015
Size: 3/4" long
I believe this is a baby of a larger (2 1/2" long) spider I saw in the same place (hiding under some bed pillows) ,in the morning, a few weeks ago. I never saw the bigger one again but I was similar in color and shape.

Moved from Scytodes.

This is an adult male.

Moved from ID Request.

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