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Photo#1003857
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+
I think this might be a better shot of the eye configuration. They seem separated into the three distinct areas.

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Cellar Spider or Recluse? - Physocyclus enaulus Cellar Spider or Recluse? - Physocyclus enaulus Cellar Spider or Recluse? - Physocyclus enaulus Cellar Spider or Recluse? - Physocyclus enaulus

Moved
here as it is currently the only species of the genus in OK.

Moved
Moved from Cellar Spiders.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

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