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tiny black spider - Anasaitis canosa

tiny black spider - Anasaitis canosa
Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, USA
August 6, 2016
Size: 2mm body, 5 mm with legs
Body maybe 2 mm with legs maybe 5 mm total, dark brownish black color, hairy all over, legs all about the same size are dark and cream colored segments, white spots at base of pedipalps, flat dark prosoma with some pale spots, beautiful pattern on abdomen with black, dark brown with cream colored spots around the margin and one larger one in the center; found in bowl of beans just brought in from garden

Moved from ID Request.

Twin flagged jumping spider
Anasaitis canosa

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