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Not sure why Neosphintharus

Horned Parasitic Cobweaver (Neospintharus trigonum)

Horned Parasitic Cobweaver (Neospintharus trigonum)

Neospintharus sp.

Neospintharus trigonum

Neospintharus trigonum

No taxon is actually under Family Theridiidae

Texas Argyrodes

new species for me

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Neospintharus trigonum

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Neospintharus trigonum?

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Likely Neospintharus trigonum



Neospintharus trigonum

Neospintharus trigonum ?

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Neospintharus trigonum

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If this is Neospintharus in Kentucky,

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Neospintharus trigonum

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