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Another Badumna? - Badumna longinqua - female

Another Badumna? - Badumna longinqua - Female
Alameda County, California, USA
November 5, 2009
Size: ~1/2 in., 13 mm
I tried to get an eye photo. Really I did.

Do the double claws help with ID?

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Another Badumna? - Badumna longinqua - female Another Badumna? - Badumna longinqua - female Another Badumna? - Badumna longinqua - female

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Claws
I wish they helped with an ID. But unfortunately, all the spiders that I would assume this gal could be all have three claws on each tarsi (I think one is hidden behind the rest in these photos). I would agree with you that this is another Badumna longiqua. Adult female.

 
Claws
A third claw shows on one of her left feet. (I didn't know that any spiders had more than one claw per foot. You learn so much here . . . )

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