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spider - Pardosa hyperborea

spider - Pardosa hyperborea
Bethlehem, New Hampshire, USA
April 25, 2005
Size: 4mm
I keep seeing these running through the grass.

Moved from Pardosa distincta.

This is a closer match with P. hyperborea (narrow median stripe on carapace) than P. distincta (wider median stripe on carapace):

Thanks John. It's a species that I didn't have yet.

Moved from Wolf Spiders.

Wolf spider.
This is probably an adult of one of the smaller (in size) genera like Pirata or Pardosa.

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