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Photo#384633
spider - Wadotes calcaratus - female

spider - Wadotes calcaratus - Female
Sharon, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA
April 10, 2010
Size: 8.7mm

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spider - Wadotes calcaratus - female spider - Wadotes calcaratus - female spider - Wadotes calcaratus - female

Moved
Moved from Wadotes.

Moved
Moved from Hacklemesh Weavers.

Possibly Wadotes
The second picture looks very much like the epigyne drawing for Wadotes calcaratus (Amaurobiidae) in Paquin and Duperre; but, I'm not 100% certain. I can't see enough of it through the hairs, and I don't have many diagrams for other species to compare it with. Maybe Kevin will take a look, since he's got more keys than I have.

Have you got any info on the habitat, web, etc?

 
Yes, W. calcaratus seems quit
Yes, W. calcaratus seems quite right to me, too.

-K

Specimen: kmp-6231

 
Habitat
I found it by sifting leaf litter near a log.

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