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Some kind of Wolf Spider? - Oregon coast  - Badumna longinqua

Some kind of Wolf Spider? - Oregon coast - Badumna longinqua
Tillamook, Oregon, USA
Size: Quarter sized
The van I just bought is full of these guys. They seems to live in close quarters with one another, and have hiding spots inches from each other. I've seen some larger than this, but this is the only one I've managed to get a picture of.

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Badumna longinqua

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