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Habronattus dossenus - male

Habronattus dossenus - Male
Patagonia Lake State Park, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
July 21, 2007
Size: 5 mm
I tentatively had identified this as Habronattus clypeatus. We have since agreed that this seems to be H. dossenus.

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H. dossenus
Hey Jeff, it looks okay structurally to me. Not sure how much variation exists within this species. Evidently, the range within a single species can be substantial. I don't have a copy of Griswold (out of print again), so I'll take your word for it.

H.
dossenus seems to be a good match.
Made page here.
Won't move unless you agree.

Wow
No idea which species, but this is a stunning little fella. Nice series!

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