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What type of Spider is this? - Gladicosa pulchra

What type of Spider is this? - Gladicosa pulchra
Bonneau, Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA
October 10, 2015
Just curious if anyone knows what kind of spider this is as it almost could have bite me. Thanks.

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Moved from Wolf Spiders.

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Moved from ID Request.

Perfectly harmless Wolf Spider
Has absolutely no reason to bite you unless you were trying to capture or torment it. It's looking for prey and you are way too big.

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