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Photo#304862
Pack Entelegynes 7.10.2009 01a - Enoplognatha

Pack Entelegynes 7.10.2009 01a - Enoplognatha
Pack forest, near Eatonville, Pierce County, Washington, USA
July 10, 2009
A small green spider wandering on a thistle near the volleyball courts

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Pack Entelegynes 7.10.2009 01a - Enoplognatha Pack Entelegynes 7.10.2009 01b - Enoplognatha

From Rod Crawford:
"No way from this angle to tell if it's ovata or the later-maturing
sibling, E. latimana, which is somewhat more likely because of the
smaller black dots on the abdomen."

I'm leaning toward...
this one


It's a little difficult to see the little trapezoid pattern along the back in Lynette's specimen there, but if you look at some of the other images (especially the ones with the burgundy coloring on the back), you can see the little trapezoids quite clearly.

 
Very possible
Hopefully Rod will be able to make something of these to confirm/deny.

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