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Unknown Spider - Pisaurina mira

Unknown Spider - Pisaurina mira
Lake MacBride State Park, Johnson County, Iowa, USA
June 17, 2007
I think this was about an inch or so in length (legspan)

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Family Pisauridae - Nursery Web Spiders
I'm having a little difficulty with the eye arrangement. It looks like it's the eye arrangement of Dolomedes, but my gut says it's Pisaurina and the eyes just look funny from this angle. Do you have any images that show the eyes from the front like this shot..

 
looks just like the Pisaurina mira
i find around here in KS, not far from Iowa. The adults are generally monotone tan colored like this one, but the young ones show the atypical color pattern.

 
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Unfortunately it's the only angle I got, but I believe you've pointed my in the right direction; Thanks!

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