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Dolomedes tenebrosus - female

Dolomedes tenebrosus - Female
Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, USA
March 18, 2011
Size: 14 mm (body only)
I think this might be a Dolomedes tenebrosus female, but would like confirmation. I found her outside my back door in the late afternoon 2 days ago. I saw her again this morning, VERY cold and not moving, so I could measure her easily. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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Dolomedes tenebrosus - female Dolomedes tenebrosus - female Dolomedes tenebrosus - female

Moved from Spiders. Yes I think your ID is correct.

Do you think I should call her an "adult" or "immature"?

based on the time of year and the size, I'd say she might be one molt from maturity?

Thanks again
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