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Wolf Spider? Nope! Crevice Weaver - Kukulcania hibernalis - female

Wolf Spider? Nope! Crevice Weaver - Kukulcania hibernalis - Female
Seminole, Pinellas County, Florida, USA
August 15, 2008
Size: 20mm body length

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Wolf Spider? - Kukulcania hibernalis Wolf Spider? Nope! Crevice Weaver - Kukulcania hibernalis - female

Moved
Moved from Crevice Weavers.

Moved
Moved from Crevice Weavers.

No, crevice weaver.
This appears to be a female crevice weaver in the genus Kukulcania, family Filistatidae. You may want to wait for confirmation from Jay Barnes or Jeff Hollenbeck.

 
I agree
Eye pattern, Long pedipalps, and morphology indicate a Crevice Weaver.

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