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Desert Spider - Dictynidae - female

Desert Spider - Dictynidae - Female
Tonopah, Arizona, USA
January 28, 2015
Size: 6mm
3 of 3 images showing body patterns on side, top, scale in millimeters and one image with back-lit eyes.
Note the striking "v" pattern on the carapace. (not visible in this image)
PLEASE NOTE: Her eyes are shown here, at an oblique angle and this is not the proper angle for the BugGuide's Spider Eye Arrangements document: Spider Eye Arrangements
Sorry about the poor quality images(from video capture), but you may watch the complete spider release in the ending(last two minutes) of my Agave video. Here is the link:
Anthracnos Fungus On Agave Plants In Arizona
Thanks for your help!
Habitat = Kitchen Sink - No Webs

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Desert Spider - Dictynidae - female Desert Spider - Dictynidae - female Desert Spider - Dictynidae - female

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