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Misumessus ID


Misumessus sp.


Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus sp.


Misumessus oblongus


Look-alike update


Moved to Misumessus oblongus


Testing for Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus


Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus oblongus


Either Misumessus or Misumena


Misumessus oblongus


Very close!


Misumessus oblongus


Possible Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus oblongus?


That sounds better


Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus oblongus


Possible Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus oblongus


This is Misumessus oblongus


Summary


Possible Misumessus oblongus


Misumessus


Moved


Possible Misumessus


Possible Misumessus


Possible Misumessus


Most likely Misumessus oblong


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Misumessus sp.


#7 Misumessus oblongus (Keyserling, 1880)


Right!


OK... allow me to offer a slightly different take!


Misumessus = Misumenops?


Spiderling


It has the look of Misumessus oblongus to us


Looks to be


looks to be


Looks to be


Misumessus oblongus


Crab spider in the Thomisidae


Our first thought is


Looks to be


Large anterior lateral eyes


Looks to be


Looks to be


Moved to family for review


Crab Spider


Thomisidae


Looks to be


Body shape and color


identification


The other possibility


Our first thought is


We would suggest


We're tempted to say


We don't see the typical Misumenoides face


Moved


We would suggest


Yes, we also would have suggested


Looks to be


Maybe


Re: eye tubercules


Spider looks to be


Looks to be


.


Yes, crab spider in the Thomisidae


We would think


We also would have suggested


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Can't see the eyes well


Our first thought


My guess …


misunderstood #6


Possible Misumessus oblongus


We would suggest


or


Crab spider in the Thomisidae


Looks to be


Difficult to say with certainty


looks to be


Makes us think


Crab spider in the Thomisidae


Looks like...


Maybe


Flower looks like Geranium maculatum


Difficult to say with certainty


Misumessus oblongus


second thoughts


M. vatia


Misumessus oblongus female


We would suggest


Lateral eyes larger than median ones


Yes, crab spider in the Thomisidae


Looks to be


Yes,


Looks to be a Crab Spider in the Thomisidae


Moved


Moved


Moved


Yes, looks to be


Looks to be


Moved to Misumessus oblongus


Moved to Misumessus oblongus


Moved to Misumena vatia


Looks to be


You only have three species


male


Can't see the eyes as well as we would like,


I was editing, sorry!


Spider looks to be Misumessus oblongus


male


These are tough, but we would suggest


Looks like a male


Do you have any additional images


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


The ALE look larger than the AME


Thanks


Getting in the ball park?


Modysticus


Misumessus oblongus


Maybe...


Gender


mating pair - Misumessus oblongus


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Joking


I agree


Moved to Misumessus oblongus


..


Yes,


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


There are only 2 species of Mecaphesa


..


Misumessus oblongus ?


I've been looking


We've been working on Thomisidae recently


That would have been our suggestion.