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Ant mimic spider? - Neottiura bimaculata - male

Ant mimic spider? - Neottiura bimaculata - Male
Franklin, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA
June 17, 2009
Size: 3/8 in

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Ant mimic spider? - Neottiura bimaculata - male Ant mimic spider? - Neottiura bimaculata

Moved
Moved from Dwarf Spiders.

 
From Rod Crawford:
Wrong family. Theridion (Neottiura) bimaculatum
(an introduced species in which the adult male is indeed rather
antlike).

New genus & species for the guide!

 
"New genus & species for the
"New genus & species for the guide!"
This made me happy!
I do have more pictures of this spider if they are needed.

 
Sure!
post them. It may help us recognize these in the future.

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