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Photo#3581
Wolf Spider - Alopecosa cuneata - Schizocosa - female

Wolf Spider - Alopecosa cuneata - Schizocosa - Female
Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA
June 9, 1992
Found under stone in conservation land. Habitat is dry marsh / grassy, open woodland. Measures 0.8 inch long.

Moved
Moved from Alopecosa.

Moved
Moved from Alopecosa cuneata. based on comments on

cuneata
I know it's been awhile, but do you recall how this was identified as A. cuneata?

The World Spider Catalog describes the distribution of cuneata as Palearctic.

 
Hi Jay
This identification which is by no means certain was made through a comparison with images on two other websites. Unfortunately I dont have those URLs. I'm not familiar with Palearctic.

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