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Photo#653063
very small spider looking backwards - Pseudeuophrys erratica

very small spider looking backwards - Pseudeuophrys erratica
Goshen, Orange County, New York, USA
June 6, 2012
Size: 3-4 mm
and looking backwards

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very small spider looking backwards - Pseudeuophrys erratica very small spider looking backwards - Pseudeuophrys erratica very small spider looking backwards - Pseudeuophrys erratica very small spider looking backwards - Pseudeuophrys erratica

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Moved from Jumping Spiders. Nope...I have it now. This is a youngster of P. erratica. Note the two pale spots on the abdomen and the white spot at the far posterior of the abdomen. Pale palps match as does the white median line on the posterior of the cephalothorax.

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suggest to me that your spider is a young Sitticus palustris. Note the pale midline on the carapace and the two pale spots on the abdomen.

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Moved from ID Request.

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