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Nice big spider, but what type - Dolomedes - female

Nice big spider, but what type - Dolomedes - Female
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
June 10, 2010
Size: Body 25mm, Legs 50mm
This spider was in my workshop, did not move the two hours I was working, think it is either a Wolf Spider (Lycosidae) or a Fishing Spider (Dolomedes), but not sure, but probably Female

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Fishing spider.

1 vote for Dolomedes, Fising Spider
Here's the Dolomedes eye arrangment vs. Lycosid. The abdomen pattern, and posture also remind me of Dolomedes.
Fishing Spider, Wolf Spider

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