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Sitticus/Sittiflor/Sassacus? - Pseudeuophrys erratica - male

Sitticus/Sittiflor/Sassacus? - Pseudeuophrys erratica - Male
Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, USA
April 26, 2018
Size: ~5mm?
Specimen 1 of 2 found next to each other.

The front 2 pairs of legs are more or less completely black. The palps are 1/2 black and 1/2 white, with the top always being white and the bottom always being black. The abdomen wasn't shiny enough for me to think Sassacus vitis at first, but now I'm not so sure.

I can almost always find one on the outside of the house.

Here is the other specimen:
On the other specimen you can see a slight reddish-orange around the biggest eyes.



ID verified by Ken Schneider and Tim Manolis at the California Academy of Sciences with a physical specimen.

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Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

I think
this might be a Pseudeuophrys actually.

 
Pseudeuophrys
2 live specimens were handed over to Tim Manolis on April 30th. Either he or I will update this when they eventually get an identification.

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