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Photo#1347263
Possibly Family Scytodidae - Scytodes fusca

Possibly Family Scytodidae - Scytodes fusca
Naples, Collier County, Florida, USA
January 3, 2017
Size: 3.75
This 6 eyed spider was living in leaf litter beneath a saw palmetto bush and a sand live oak tree.

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Possibly Family Scytodidae - Scytodes fusca Possibly Family Scytodidae - Scytodes fusca Possibly Family Scytodidae - Scytodes fusca Possibly Family Scytodidae - Scytodes fusca

Moved
Moved from Scytodes.

This is a sub-adult. = Immature
Some of your other images are most likely this species. Your examples are great and they show some very young stages of development.
Some images will be added to the info page, thanks!

 
Thank
you so much for the ID. I didn't realize the sub adults looked so different from the adult stage. I certainly appreciate that information.

Moved
Moved from Spitting Spiders.

 
Thanks
for this ID. It's much appreciated. I am amazed with the different pattern designs on the spitting spiders I'm finding.

Moved
Moved from True Spiders.

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