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Lycosid that I can't seem to figure out - Pardosa concinna - female

Lycosid that I can't seem to figure out - Pardosa concinna - Female
Boulder, Boulder County, Colorado, USA
July 24, 2018
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/20521206
Other photos here, I've tried keying out the species myself but I simply can't figure it out

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Lycosid that I can't seem to figure out - Pardosa concinna - female Lycosid that I can't seem to figure out - Pardosa concinna - female Lycosid that I can't seem to figure out - Pardosa concinna - female

Moved
Moved from Wolf Spiders. Great find!

Moved for a second opinion
Moved from ID Request.

Hmm...
How about Pardosa concinna? I think the epigynum matches the one in Dondale & Redner 1990 pretty well. That would be new for the Guide.

 
Pardosa concinna
Identified it in the lab today and I agree that this species is P. concinna, the epigynum matched the key very well.

 
I will look at that one in the lab
I will look at that one in the lab next time I am there.

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