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Spider-Dolomedes?  - Gladicosa pulchra

Spider-Dolomedes? - Gladicosa pulchra
New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, USA
June 8, 2017
Size: Body ~2cm
I found this spider under a rock today. My first thought was wolf spider but it looks a bit different to me. I was thinking possibly Dolomedes? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Moved from ID Request.

Thank you so much!
Thank y'all so much! Gladicosa pulchra looks like a match to me!

Gladicosa pulchra
I'm out of practice, but it reminds me of Gladicosa pulchra.

Those do look like Wolf Spider eyes to us

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