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New friend ... my guess is Gladicosa pulchra female - Hogna antelucana - female

New friend ... my guess is Gladicosa pulchra female - Hogna antelucana - Female
Crandall, TX -- just southeast of Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA
April 10, 2017
Size: Body size about 20mm

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New friend ... my guess is Gladicosa pulchra female - Hogna antelucana - female New friend ... my guess is Gladicosa pulchra female

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Female
This looks like a female Hogna antelucana. The second image is not needed and should be frassed.

 
Second image for size
I did it for size because the ruler wouldn't show through the plastic very well.

I think you are correct. She looks very much like those photos.

Wolf spider
Looks to me like Hogna caroliniensis, but I'm not an expert.

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