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Spitting Spider - Scytodes lugubris - male

Spitting Spider - Scytodes lugubris - Male
Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
August 2, 2009
I found this spider at ~9:30 PM. It was sitting motionless at the edge of the carpet and the wall. I went away for a bit to take photos of something else, and when I returned it was gone... >_>

Moved
Moved from Scytodes.

Moved
Moved from Spitting Spiders.

 
Adult Male!
Lynette, I filmed an adult female in this genus a few days ago and I'm reviewing the other images from Arizona. FYI - In case you didn't notice, this spider has lost his left foreleg. If you look closely at the palps, you can see some of the bulbous structure of an adult male. Please let me know if you want me to comment on more of these, OK? Thanks

 
Sure,
comment on any you can help out with. Sorry, I am slow to respond lately as I'm often short on time during the summer.

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