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Possible Tmarus angulatus or similar? - Tmarus angulatus

Possible Tmarus angulatus or similar? - Tmarus angulatus
Mississauga, Peel, Ontario, Canada
June 12, 2016
This probable spider was seen hiding in plain view on a leaf on a tall shrub along the edge of a path through a wooded area so there was a large variety of plants and insects in the immediate vicinity.

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Yes, Tmarus
The leaf looks curled and webbed. Wonder if it contains her eggsac

 
Thanks for the confirmation.
Thanks for the confirmation. If I can return to the spot, I'll keep an eye out for youngsters!

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