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Tigrosa grandis? - female

Tigrosa grandis? - Female
Medford, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
September 15, 2023
Size: 2.5inches
The spider was found in a reserved growth district of the New Jersey pine barrens

Given the size of the spider, at about 2 1/2 inches in diameter, I believe she may be a Tigrosa grandis. She has orange markings on her cheeks, which are indicative of that species.

T. helluo and T. aspersa are more common in the area, but given her size, I am confused as to who she could be.

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Tigrosa grandis? - female Tigrosa grandis? - female

Moved from ID Request.

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