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Spider - Kukulcania

Spider - Kukulcania
Palm Springs, Riverside County, California, USA
October 4, 2018
Size: 1 inch long leg span

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is the closest you will get with an image- Kukulcania sp.
Most likely arizonica, but juveniles and mature females of the three species grouped on this page can be very similar in appearance and hard to ID from pictures.
In your area, all three species are possibly an option.

If the spider was collected and live, you could raise to maturity and easily ID if male, and possibly ID if female.

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