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Tiny Black Spider

Tiny Black Spider
Seatac, King County, Washington, USA
December 24, 2007
Size: body 5mm
This was the clearest photo I could get. It had a row of light-colored markings along the abdomen. (looks like a shiny spot on the abdomen).

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Moved from Spiders. ID'd to Family by Rod Crawford. "This one's a linyphiid, but other than that, no clue. It would have had to be collected. There are lots of linyphiids mature in December."

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