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Family Thomisidae - Crab Spiders

 
 
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Bassaniana utahensis - female bark crab spider (after molt) - Bassaniana utahensis - female Xysticus sp? - Bassaniana - male Bassaniana - Bark Crab Spider? - Bassaniana Bassaniana Dark, hairy spider - Bassaniana Ground Crab Spider - Bassaniana bark crab spider - Bassaniana - male

Black Crab Spider - Coriarachne brunneipes - male Black Crab Spider - Coriarachne brunneipes black crab spider - Coriarachne brunneipes - female Crab spider - Coriarachne brunneipes - female Crab spider - Coriarachne brunneipes - female Coriarachne? - Coriarachne brunneipes - male Adult male - Coriarachne brunneipes - male Black crab spider - Coriarachne brunneipes - female

Araneae Araneae Crab Spider - male spider spider Spidy

Dog-Eared Spider - anterior dorsal - Bucranium - male Dog-Eared Spider - posterior - Bucranium - male Dog-Eared Spider - lateral - Bucranium - male Bucranium sp. - Bucranium - female Bucranium sp. - Bucranium - female Bucranium sp. - Bucranium - female Bucranium sp. - Bucranium - female Bucranium sp. - Bucranium - female

Misumenops? - Diaea livens - female Misumenops? - Diaea livens - female Green headed spider - Diaea livens the most beautiful crab spider in California (Schick 1965) - Diaea livens - male Diaea livens - front - Diaea livens - female Diaea livens - dorsal - Diaea livens - female Diaea livens - front - Diaea livens - female Pretty green, red, and yellow spider - Diaea livens

 
 
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