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Photo#399568
spider - Emblyna sublata - male

spider - Emblyna sublata - Male
Townsend, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
May 21, 2010
Size: 2.5mm

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spider - Emblyna sublata - male spider - Emblyna sublata - male

Moved
Moved from "Dictyna-like".
Thanks Kevin!

Yes, Emblyna sublata
Yes, Emblyna sublata.

Specimen: kmp-06304

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This is looking like another Emblyna sublata specimen. (Perhaps the other dictynid in the batch is the female? Update to follow after dinner and child in bed.)


-K

Moved
Moved from Spiders.
It does have that look. Maybe Kevin will put a species name to this when he gets the specimen.

Makes us think
male, "Dictyna-like"

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