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Spider - Hamataliwa unca

Spider - Hamataliwa unca
McAllen Nature Center, Hidalgo County, Texas, USA
February 6, 2008

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Spider - Hamataliwa unca Spider - Hamataliwa unca

Moved
Moved from Hamataliwa grisea.

Moved tentatively.
Moved from Hamataliwa.

Thanks Jeff!
Moved from Spiders.

 
Check
out Brady (1).
See what you think.

 
I think I agree with H. grisea
since the carapace/face should be more brownish yellow than gray. The legs should also be yellow.

A
Hamataliwa, most likely grisea.
H. unca found in area as well, recorded in Edinburg.

 
But the eye position is wrong
But the eye position is wrong for H.grisea, given that the AME are offset and not linear with ALE. Else, the PME are only slightly more widely spaced than ALE rather than much wider. Those aspects, plus the location in South texas, then i think this is likely H. unca.

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