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Photo#231703
Unknown spider - Callobius - female

Unknown spider - Callobius - Female
Elkton, Douglas County, Oregon, USA
August 1, 2008
Size: approx. 3/8 inch
Any help with ID would be greatly appreciated. I think it's a female.

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Unknown spider - Callobius - female Unknown spider - Callobius - female

Moved
Moved from Hacklemesh Weavers. From Rod Crawford: This one's correct, and in genus Callobius for sure.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Maybe one of the
Amaurobiidae (Hacklemesh Weavers)

 
I agree.
Those are very common in Oregon forests.

 
Looks like -
some of our images of Callobius, although I'm not at all sure of the genus.

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