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Rhetenor texanus - female

Rhetenor texanus - Female
15 miles SW of Harlingen, Cameron County, Texas, USA
Size: 2.5 mm
This is a photograph I took of the female allotype of Rhetenor texanus at the American Museum of Natural History. It was originally collected on November 18, 1934 and described by W. J. Gertsch in 1936.

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You're a champ, Ryan! Was this a stacked image? Perhaps you could write something sometime in the spider forum about your trip to/time spent in the AMNH.

-K

 
stacked
Yes this is a stacked image. The full res version is on Wikimedia Commons. Unfortunately, I only got to spend a day at the museum, so I didn't get to photograph many specimens.

Moved
Moved from Dendryphantinae.

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