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Little Brown House Spider ??? - Amaurobius ferox

Little Brown House Spider ??? - Amaurobius ferox
House in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, USA
July 1, 2006
Size: 3/4 inch

Moved from Entelegynes .

From Mandy Howe:
Pretty sure this is Amaurobius. I have found that the abdominal pattern is reliable (this spider is lighter tho, probably just molted)... most likely A. ferox in the northeast - a common imported species associated with humans.

Moved from True Spiders.

Is this Amaurobiidae
Is this Amaurobiidae

Could be
I wish there were more images. I'd like to see the full dorsal pattern and the spinnerets.

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