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Ant-mimic spider? - Microlinyphia - male

Ant-mimic spider? - Microlinyphia - Male
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
May 5, 2006
Size: 6.5mm

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Ant-mimic spider? - Microlinyphia - male Ant-mimic spider? - Microlinyphia - male

Why still under Microlinyphia
Why still under Microlinyphia when pretty clearly Myrmecotypus lineatus?

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Myrmecotypus lineatus. Adult male.
Sorry, too much Hess Select.

Cheers :-)
I couldn't find any pictures on the net to compare it to, so I'll put it on the Corinnid page for now.

is the only known species in the US. Check out these images. Looks like the same species as yours. Lineata occurs from New England to FL.

2 on the same day
in different parts of the country. Having only 1 species makes it easy. Thanks Jeff.

previously noted, too much Hess.
After taking a look at Jay's new images, and being more thorough while trying to ID, I found out I was wrong here. Moved to proper page.

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