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Tiny Red Spider 1

Tiny Red Spider 1
Cass County, Texas, USA
May 1, 2008
Size: less than 1/8 inch
A very small and very red spider I need help identifying.

Lee

Images of this individual: tag all
Tiny Red Spider 1 Tiny Red Spider 2

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Moving to family page for now...
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Here are two to begin with
See if you think it is either of them
Ceraticelus or Florinda

 
In all honesty
I can not tell which is closer to mine. I bow to the conclusions of others, lol.

Lee

 
Ceraticelus
adult female, if you can visit her regularly,
might get the egg case.

 
Unfortunately
I will never be able to locate this spider again. Thanks for the input.

Lee

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