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Spider ID - Kukulcania hibernalis - female

Spider ID - Kukulcania hibernalis - Female
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
April 15, 2009
Size: ~11mm (body)
Six eyes!

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Moved
Moved from Kukulcania.

Nice eyes
If you wouldn't mind and if you still have her, could you take a frontal eye shot from this angle:
and a top shot like this


I've been needing some good eye arrangements for this family.

Looks like eight actually. T
Looks like eight actually. Two of them weren't as affected by the flash as the others.

Crevice Weaver.

 
8 eyes
Yes, they have eight.

 
Thanks!
Those dark areas, I thought were just part of the cephlothorax, not eyes.

 
thanks
for the extra pic!

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