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Dixville, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
November 3, 2009
Size: 3mm

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spider spider

Moved from True Spiders.

Does seem like it might be in the Cybaeidae -- has two pairs of ventral tibia I macrosetae. AMEs rather large -- possibly Cybaeus signifer?? (But that's just a wild guess.) Discarding specimen.


I can't figure it out. Nice shots, though.

Not sure, either, but definit
Not sure, either, but definitely looks subadult.


Another subadult:-(
I'm not having much luck finding adults lately, and it's too late for me to try to get it matured.

Well, it still has some inter
Well, it still has some interesting features that are worth looking at closer up, and I might be wrong about the maturity -- particularly as I'm not entirely yet certain what family this is (Dictynidae? Still waiting for Lynette or Mandy to point me in the right direction).



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