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Cryptachaea rupicola

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

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.)

Moved from Spiders.

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