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  - Synageles venator

- Synageles venator
St-Hilaire, Quebec, Canada
August 17, 2011
Size: 5mm
can be Synageles canadensis

Moved from Synageles.

Synageles cf. venator
Three species in Quebéc: S. venator, S. canadensis, and S. noxiosus. Paquin & Dupérré show a dorsal image of the habitus for the last species, leading me to rule it out. The Tree of Life has a photo for the second species which leads me to also rule it out (for now):

The first species is well known from the Palearctic region and looks IMO exactly like this specimen:;topic=9957.0;attach=60209;image

Moved from Jumping Spiders.

I will check Cutler 1988 in the hope that we can further resolve this based on distribution.


Moved from ID Request.

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