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Cryptachaea rupicola

Cryptachaea rupicola
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
August 23, 2017

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Moved from Cryptachaea rupicola.
It could be either, so I'm moving it back to the family page.

How are you ...
differentiating this from a Parasteatoda spiderling? Also this one, I don't think I see the bump?:

Compare to:

(I chose this comparison image because although the other is probably a penultimate male it pairs the same abdominal pattern with a typical looking Parasteatoda egg sac.)

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