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Photo#105205
Scytodes - Scytodes atlacoya - male

Scytodes - Scytodes atlacoya - Male
Ascension Parish, Louisiana, USA
Size: 7mm
I think this is Pholcus. If it's not, please move it to the correct page.

Thanks

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Moved
Moved from Scytodes longipes.

Moved
Moved from Scytodes.

Wonderful!
I didn't see these when they were first posted. Beautiful series of photos.

Moved
Moved from Spitting Spiders.

Moved
Moved from Pholcus.

Let me preface this by saying
Let me preface this by saying I know little about spiders: but it does looks somewhat like the Scytodes thoracia I posted yesterday... though the coloration is a bit off.

 
I agree.
Definitely a spitting spider. The high, dome-like cephalothorax, and the arrangement of the eyes, leave little doubt.

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