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Aptostichus sarlacc? - Aptostichus sarlacc - female

Aptostichus sarlacc? - Aptostichus sarlacc - Female
end of Short Canyon, Kern County, California, USA
April 2, 2016
Size: ~2.5cm head+body
Found crossing a trail at night through sandy desert wash habitat abutting cliff face of granite boulders, found within 5 miles of collection site of male Apostichus sarlass described in Phylogenetic treatment and taxonomic revision of the trapdoor spider genus Aptostichus Simon (Araneae, Mygalomorphae, Euctenizidae) by Jason E. Bond. None of the other species described from this general area seem to match in terms of habitat association.

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