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Camoflage Spider - Dolomedes albineus

Camoflage Spider - Dolomedes albineus
Florence, SC, Florence County, South Carolina, USA
June 24, 2008
I found this spider while watering the flowers around the tree in my front yard. I kept seeing something move, but with the color, it kept blending in. It took me a couple of minutes to find it on the tree.

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Camoflage Spider - Dolomedes albineus Camoflage Spider - Dolomedes albineus

Dolomedes albineus
Eric is correct; this is without a doubt a White-banded Fishing Spider (Dolomedes albineus).

http://bugguide.net/node/view/2028

 
Brett, great to see you back.
we have several dozen Dolomedes that need some ID work here if you can free up some time. Thanks

Fishing spider.
Nice images of what I believe is Dolomedes albineus. Do entertain the comments of others before moving to the guide page.

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