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Dictynidae - Emblyna sublata - female

Dictynidae - Emblyna sublata - Female
Bray County Park, Blue Earth County, Minnesota, USA
June 15, 2014

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Going through Chamberlin and Gertsch, 1958
(I have a printed copy) the closest thing I found was Dictyna (Emblyna) sublata. I'm assuming there was some damage to the epigynum?

 
I just
bought one of those too due to frustration with identifying my Dictynids. I'm away from my resources this evening so I can't remember why that didn't seem a good fit. You may be right.

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