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Photo#364321
Beige spider - male

Beige spider - Male
Alameda County, California, USA
January 13, 2010
Size: ~3/16 in., 5 mm
Found among fresh rose prunings in container; may have been on rose. Fled from exposure; froze occasionally. A fast runner but poor at climbing container walls.

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Beige spider - male Beige spider - male Beige spider - male

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Eyes are too far forward
more like an Anyphaenid, but we'll wait for Lynette and Mandy

 
Yep, I vote for anyphaenidae, too
Might even be Anyphaena californica, but a mature palp would have to be examined to be sure.

could this be
Lycosidae Arctosa???? Maybe a young one? Just a guess.

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