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Photo#157167
Selenops insularis - male

Selenops insularis - Male
Loxahatchee, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
November 16, 2007
Size: BL 12mm
Subadult

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Selenops insularis - male Selenops insularis - male

Moved
Moved from Selenops.

 
I don't think this is S. insu
I don't think this is S. insularis. I think it is submaculosus given the collection locality and the lack of dark legs. This actually goes for all of the selenopids under S. insularis here. aissus and insularis have dark legs. aissus was collected a very long time ago in the Keys and insularis as well. Anything north of that is usually submaculosus, although I may have an insularis from my last trip. I'll have to check.

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