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Callobius bennetti? - Callobius bennetti

Callobius bennetti? - Callobius bennetti
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
March 6, 2011
Size: 8.5mm
Found in a web sack under a log in a sandy area.

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Not sure we can be certain from the photos -- the pedipalp also closely (perhaps even more closely?) resembles Callobius nomeus.

I'll send off those vials this week, Tom.

 
Callobius nomeus?
It'll be good to get a positive id on one of these once you see the specimen, whichever species it turns out to be.

Moved
Moved from Hacklemesh Weavers.
I'll see if I can keep it a while and get it to mature.

Callobius bennetti
certainly looks right to me. It looks like a juvenile male.

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