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Mystery black spider - Sphodros atlanticus - male

Mystery black spider - Sphodros atlanticus - Male
Eno River State Park (Fews Ford access), Orange County, North Carolina, USA
May 27, 2006
Size: .75 inch long

Moved from Sphodros.

Moved from Purseweb Spiders.

Huge Jaws
reminds us of . More information in the guide here

adult male.

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