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Misumenops? - Diaea livens - female

Misumenops? - Diaea livens - Female
Huddart Park, San Mateo County, California, USA
November 9, 2008
Size: ~ 5 mm
Swept this crab spider from tan-oak - probably Misumenops.

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Misumenops? - Diaea livens - female Misumenops? - Diaea livens - female Misumenops? - Diaea livens - female Misumenops? - Diaea livens - female

Moved
Moved from Crab Spiders.

 
This is Diaea livens (penulti
This is Diaea livens (penultimate female). Its pale green cephalothorax and legs are diagnostic. It is endemic to Coast Live Oak woodlands from Baja California noth to the Sonoma / Napa County region just north of San Francisco Bay.

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