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Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male

Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - Male
Sign Hill Park, South San Francisco, San Mateo County, California, USA
August 6, 2015
Size: 2.5 mm
I beat this adult male dictynid from a pine tree. It appears to be an Emblyna sp., and the palp seems to be a close match to E. francisca?

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Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male Emblyna cf. francisca - Emblyna francisca - male

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Moved tentatively. Pretty similar to E. peregrata as well, but the tip of the conductor is different and that species occurs north of us, possibly not found in the Bay Area?

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