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Photo#147424
Schizomus portoricensis - Stenochrus portoricensis - female

Schizomus portoricensis - Stenochrus portoricensis - Female
Jupiter, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
September 14, 2007
Size: BL 2mm

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Schizomus portoricensis - Stenochrus portoricensis - female Schizomus portoricensis - Stenochrus portoricensis - female Schizomus portoricensis - Stenochrus portoricensis - female

i allways say i learn something every day here!
if you just glanced at this u would think it was just some little spider..i'll remember this.

Moved
Moved from Schizomus portoricensis.

From James Cokendolpher: "The specimen at http://bugguide.net/node/view/147425 is also a Hubbardiidae (Hubbardiinae) female, but the name listed is a little outdated. It is currently known as Stenochrus portoricensis.

More information behind this move here.

What a strange beast!
What a strange beast!

 
Here
is a good image.

 
I can't believe it
How on Earth did you find one of these, 99 out of a 100 people haven't even heard of this class let alone seen one!

 
It
was on some bark I was collecting and I thought it was a spider at first...

Basically I was in the right place at the right time.

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