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Jumping Spider? - Zora hespera

Jumping Spider? - Zora hespera
Big Basin, HQ area, Santa Cruz County, California, USA
February 6, 2011
Size: 3+ mm?

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Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Ctenidae
Does anyone know if there are any Ctenidae in CA? I didn't see any on Steve Lew's list.

 
your Zora
suggestion matches the stripes and the abdomen much better.

Moved
Moved from Arachnids.

Not a Jumping Spider. The eyes make me think Wolf Spider--but I'll let the experts make that call.

 
Zora ?
I think we need to look carefully at this one. I wonder if it might be a Zora sp?

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