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Photo#18478
jumping spider - Evarcha hoyi

jumping spider - Evarcha hoyi
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
May 26, 2005

Moved
Moved from Evarcha.

Evarcha
Beyond that it gets confusing. Notes at the top of E. Hoyi indicate possible synonymy with E. Falcata. Notes at the bottom of E. proszynskii assumes synonymy and suggests revision.

I'm confused. How about lumping everything under Evarcha murrayi? :-)

Jay Barnes

 
Evarcha
It sure does look like a confusing bunch. Lumping them together would simplify visual identifications. I like the suggested name, but somehow I don't think it'll fly. :-)

Jumper
This has a Pelegrina feel to it but I don't know what species.

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