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Wolf Spider? - Tigrosa aspersa - female

Wolf Spider? - Tigrosa aspersa - Female
Gooderham, Haliburton, Ontario, Canada
September 5, 2008
Found in a house, no web present. Eye pattern suggests Wolf Spider (2, 2, 4) but large spinnerets present. Hogna hellua has been suggested. Any thoughts?

Moved
Moved from Wolf Spiders.
Some species of Hogna were moved to a new genus, Tigrosa.

Moved
Moved from Spiders. Hogna does seem like a good match, but I just don't know enough about the wolf spiders to be certain.

I can't find a good match in
I can't find a good match in the guide...but maybe a member of Sosippus?

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