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Spit-balls - Scytodes lugubris - female

Spit-balls - Scytodes lugubris - Female
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
June 7, 2015
Size: 5mm
These are images of a Spitting Spider that I believe is a female Scytodes lugubris. I'm including a few ventral shots.
Note, the legs have thin, longitudinal dorsal and ventral stripes. This feature is not seen in most other species.
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Moved
Moved from Scytodes.

Here are more examples to compare her with:
southern Arizona: ♀ Males from the same county: ♂ More males from southern Arizona: ♂
California: ♂ Nevada: ♀ These two from Texas have some similar patterns: ♂ (legs and body)