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spider - Cheiracanthium

spider - Cheiracanthium
tucson, pima County, Arizona, USA
March 6, 2009
Size: 7 mm body

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Cheiracanthium
Looks like a Cheiracanthium inclusum. Family Miturgidae. This is supposed to have a medically significant bite, so handle carefully.

 
Medically significant
to rabbits and guinea pigs, but not to humans. See journal article here.

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