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Bark spider? - Coriarachne brunneipes

Bark spider? - Coriarachne brunneipes
McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, USA
October 9, 2015
Size: 10mm

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I see a dark spider with a flat carapace and a straight anterior eye row. Those characters, plus the location you found it at, indicates to me that this is Coriarachne brunneipes.

Also, I have to commend you on your pictures, Victor. They're positively stunning.

 
Coriarachne brunneipes
Many thanks for the ID Zack! And the flattery. :-) I had a hard time getting the eyes in focus. The spider is so dark I couldn't really see them to focus on them.

 
My pleasure!
Identifying spiders is a hobby of mine. Might not get paid for it, but I love doing it anyways.

And hey, as for the flattery, I give credit where credit is due. :)

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