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Scytodes - Scytodes longipes - male

Scytodes - Scytodes longipes - 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 from Scytodes.

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

Moved
Moved from Spitting Spiders.

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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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