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Tub Spider - Lepthyphantes leprosus - female

Tub Spider - Lepthyphantes leprosus - Female
Hancock County, Indiana, USA
December 12, 2011
Size: ~ 3 mm
Found this little gal trapped in the tub. I think I've seen it in the guide somewhere but I can't find it.

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Lepthyphantes
Judging by what one can see of the epigynum, I would say it's the widespread Lepthyphantes leprosus.

 
thanks kevin
The epigynum does look similar; I'll add her to the next batch of spiders I send you.

Here's one in the kitchen with big spines
to go with your bathtub!

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