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Spider Carrying Egg Sac - Pisaurina mira

Spider Carrying Egg Sac - Pisaurina mira
Warwick, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
June 24, 2007
Size: Around 1/2 inch
Is this a "Nursery Web Spider" carrying her egg sac?? Are there different kinds of these spiders?? Thanks in advance for any help!

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Spider Carrying Egg Sac - Pisaurina mira Spider Carrying Egg Sac - Pisaurina mira Spider Carrying Egg Sac - Pisaurina mira Spider Carrying Egg Sac - Pisaurina mira - female

Moved
Moved from Pisaurina.

Probably Pisaurina mira
Probably Pisaurina mira

 
Thanks!
That's what I had picked...but I wasn't sure if there may be more similar species out there...the book I have is limited!

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