Lake Tawakoni State Park, Hunt County, Texas, USA November 8, 2007 Size: 5mm
Hank informs me that the spine at the apex of the abdomen is unique to this species. Spiders of the Eastern United States mistakenly labels a picture of Rhomphaea projiciens as Rhomphaea fictilium (p. 105).
Contributed by Joe Lapp on 24 June, 2010 - 9:13am Last updated 13 July, 2010 - 11:56pm
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