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Unknown Spider - Pardosa

Unknown Spider - Pardosa
Genesee County, Michigan, USA
June 28, 2017

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Wolf spider, Lycosidae
Hi there,
This is a wolf spider. The eyes are telltale of the family, and the fact that she has an egg sac under her, too! I'm not too hip on the spiders out in Michigan, but I would guess an Arctosa or Pardosa species? Maybe someone can verify it.
Have a great day,

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