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Large spiders we found while at the okefenokee - Dolomedes

Large spiders we found while at the okefenokee - Dolomedes
fargo , Stephen C Foster State park, clinch County, Georgia, USA
July 6, 2008
We were on a wooden walkway/trail that leads to a setting area at the trails end , We alomost sat on one of these large spiders , there were two the brown specimen, was on a armrest, the white-gray specimen was about 8 feet away and on the ceiling , My camera was not so good so I will apologize ahead of time for the image quality.

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Large spiders we found while at the okefenokee - Dolomedes Large spiders we found while at the okefenokee - Dolomedes

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Dolomedes okefinokensis ?
It's a Dolomedes for sure. They are harmless. I just liked guessing it is Dolomedes okefinokensis due to the similar name of where you found it. I'm not very sure on species ID.

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