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Photo#264531
Spider sp. - Amaurobius ferox

Spider sp. - Amaurobius ferox
York, York County, Pennsylvania, USA
April 3, 2009
Size: approx. 1.5 cm

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Spider sp. - Amaurobius ferox Spider sp. - Amaurobius ferox Spider sp. - Amaurobius ferox

Moved
Moved from Hacklemesh Weavers.

Moved
Moved from Wolf Spiders.

Not certain, but this looks more like
an adult male Hacklemesh weaver to us. Amaurobiidae, in the guide here. We would suggest moving these from Lycosidae back to the ID Request page to see if you can get more info.

 
Yes, male Amaurobiidae.
The Balabans have the correct ID. Please move image accordingly. Thank you.

 
Thank you
Thanks, Eric, John and Jane for your help with this spider. I appreciate it!

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