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Hexura picea Simon, 1884. Family Mecicobothriidae. - Hexura picea - female

Hexura picea Simon, 1884. Family Mecicobothriidae. - Hexura picea - Female
Avatar Grove, Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
May 17, 2018
Size: ~10 mm
A small fossorial mygalomorph spider that lives in small sheet webbed retreat amongst mosses in shaded old growth conifer forests.

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Moved for the experts
Moved from ID Request. Looks correct, but this one is outside my area of expertise.

 
Hexura picea
The species is correct and has been ID'd by Dr. Robb Bennett, Royal BC Museum, and recorded on E-Fauna BC Spiders - http://ibis.geog.ubc.ca/biodiversity/efauna/spiders.html

 
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Hexura picea
I think I did it. :-)

Thanks for the instructions.

Rick

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