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Big Black New Mexico Spider - Kukulcania

Big Black New Mexico Spider - Kukulcania
Socorro, Socorro County, New Mexico, USA
May 5, 2012
Found in my bed! Appx 2 inch legspan. Is it a female Kukulcania arizonica? (lacks the white bits on the legs of hibernalis) Notice the beady little eyes in the flash.

Trapped and released to the back yard where it/she/he can do it's spider thing.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. You have that species plus. K. hibernalis in NM. I'm not sure how to tell those two apart.

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