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Photo#299031
spider - Pisaurina mira

spider - Pisaurina mira
Merrimack, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
July 3, 2009

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spider - Pisaurina mira spider - Pisaurina mira

Moved
Moved from Pisaurina.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Looks to be maybe one of the Pisaurina
Don't know whether it is a color variant or some species other than P. mira.

 
Looks like we had one last year
that we left at the genus level. It's a cool looking spider for sure.


And we have a few others that look the same and have been placed in mira. Like this one place by Jeff,

 
Pisaurina ID key
I found this recently. Have been staring at it and the range maps, and still can't figure it out. Has species diagrams, but they aren't in color, and don't show the legs. Maybe it'll help. It's from 1972, so I'd bet that the range maps aren't accurate -Pisaurina ID key That is a really neat looking spider whatever it is.

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