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Cesonia bilineata
I would add Cesonia bilineata (Gnaphosidae) to this list.

http://bugguide.net/node/view/2042

Slight Tweak
You may notice that some of your examples are brown rather than black. Since it's so hard drawing the line between dark brown and black, I would suggest specifically stating that dark brown is included, perhaps by saying "black/dark brown".

 
Thanks,
good idea.

Maybe
Micrathena gracilis (Spined Micrathena)
Micrathena mitrata (White Micrathena)
Salticus scenicus (Zebra Jumper)

 
Thanks!
I put the first two on, but I already had the Zebra.

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