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Photo#1043875
Tmarus sp.? - Tmarus angulatus - male

Tmarus sp.? - Tmarus angulatus - Male
Santa Barbara County, California, USA
February 27, 2015
Size: ~8mm head+body
Found on coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) in mixed oak woodland grassland habitat

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Moved
Moved from Tmarus.

Must be T. angulatus after looking at various diagrams and looking at the expanded view of the new palp photo. Matches the diagram in Paquin and Duperre, 2003 very closely.

Also it seems the embolus is originating at about 255 degrees from the vertical as seen in the new photo if I'm interpreting that right.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Tmarus salai?
Check the diagram in Schick, 1965. The palp facing the camera is the right palp so it is a mirror image of the diagram.

 
Schick, 1965
I haven't had luck tracking it down. Do you know the title? Should I flip the image and re-post?

 
The crab spiders of California
You can get it from the species page at the WSC -

http://www.wsc.nmbe.ch/species/42196

Requires membership to download but it's free if you aren't a member already.

I'll swap in the image I flipped.

T. angulatus is similar but I think your palp matches T. salai a little better.

 
Thanks!

 
Sorry, I swapped the wrong image...
and I don't have the original to swap back in. I should have had more coffee before posting. Can you swap the original back in?

Thanks :-}

 
I'll fix it...
I'll fix it this evening. Operating without coffee is dangerous ;o)

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