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Hogna - male

Hogna - Male
St. Lucie County, Florida, USA
January 20, 2006

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Moved from Tigrosa aspersa.

Is it possible ....
this one maybe belongs in Hogna? The median carapace stripe looks a little broad for Tigrosa.

Nice images
Don, is there a chance that you could look through the Lycosidae image on BugGuide and see if you can identify them at least to genus? We were thinking that a lot of them are Hogna, but weren't certain enough to move them to the genus page. There are more than four pages here that have images identified only to family. ID to species would be excellent, but even genus would be nice.

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