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Filistatinella,maybe Filistatinella howdyall? - Filistatinella

Filistatinella,maybe Filistatinella howdyall? - Filistatinella
Dallas, TX County, Texas, USA
June 16, 2017

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Moved from ID Request.

cf. howdyall
Seems to match the external description for Filistatinella howdyall in Magalhaes & Ramirez, 2017:

Carapace yellow, covered with white setae, with brown median pattern and faint submarginal bands; chelicerae yellow with an anterior brown patch; labium, endites and sternum cream; legs yellow with three faint rings on femora and two on proximal and distal ends of tibiae and metatarsi; abdomen dorsum light brown, dorsum with several white setae

Also the distribution map would point to this being the most likely (described) species in this part of TX.

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