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Photo#1003637
Cellar Spider or Recluse? - Physocyclus enaulus

Cellar Spider or Recluse? - Physocyclus enaulus
Oklahoma City, OK, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA
September 30, 2014
Size: Legspan-Quarter+

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Maybe a Psilochorus or Physocyclus enaulus? I don't have any diagrams for these to compare the palp shot to. Maybe one of the others does.

 
Final ID?
Just wondering if there was a final ID on this? I added another picture of the eye formation.

 
This is definitely a ...
Cellar Spider (Pholcidae). What kind of Cellar Spider it likely is has not yet been established. I do not currently have the necessary diagrams to compare this to to say whether or not the ID can be further narrowed down. One of the other editors might, sometimes it takes a long time to get an ID. This section acts as a holding bin for images that need to be reviewed.

male cellar spider
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