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small clear spider? - Pityohyphantes

small clear spider? - Pityohyphantes
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
September 21, 2008
Any ideas on ID?

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Any chance it could be something near Pityohyphantes?
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Pityohyphantes
Yes, I think that's a great guess. Looks a lot like Hammock Spider (Pityohyphantes costatus).

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

More images?
This is a bad angle for ID.

Theridion?
My guess is Theridion.

 
Too many spines?
I think those legs just have way too many spines for Theridion or even most other theridiids. I don't what this spider is, however, and I could be wrong. :)

Edit: OK, I take it back! Some of our images of Theridion do have similar leg spines... :)

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