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What type of spider is this?

What type of spider is this?
Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
November 18, 2017
Size: Size of a dime

Related to crab spider
But I don't think it's in the family Thomisidae. Reminds me quite a bit more of Selenopidae, but Pennsylvania is pretty far out of range for them. Could also be Philodromidae, but I couldn't really find any matching pics.

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