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Photo#1444207
Possibly a Broad Faced Sac Spider?

Possibly a Broad Faced Sac Spider?
Peachtree Corners, Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA
March 20, 2017
Size: (small)
I observed this small spider crossing a gravel parking area. No nearby web...presumed to be some type of "hunting" spider. Sorry for the poor image...it was on the move. Thanks in advance for your help with ID.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

I can't make out ...
the spinnerets, but otherwise this looks like possibly Neoantistea to me. Nice find.

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