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Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus mystaceus

Phidippus mystaceus? - Phidippus mystaceus
Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, USA
October 4, 2008
Size: ~10mm
What a beautiful spider! I've always wanted to find an adult male of this species, maybe I am getting close...

Can anyone confirm that this is a female Phidippus mystaceus? Is it an adult? I've seen some different images on the guide that looks abit different marked as adult females.

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Outstanding photos!
Looks like an adult female mystaceus to me. Males might be pretty scarce by now, but keep looking!

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