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Hunting on my computer - Spermophora senoculata

Hunting on my computer - Spermophora senoculata
Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
November 8, 2010
Size: 1.8 mm
In the eye arrangement article the only eye arrangement remotely close to this spider's is Spermophora

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Hunting on my computer - Spermophora senoculata Hunting on my computer - Spermophora senoculata

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S. senoculata
You are spot on! This tiny, pale six-eyed pholcid is Spermophora senoculata. No other regional pholcid genus has only six eyes.

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