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Photo#438868
Thin-legged Wolf Spider - Pardosa vancouveri - male

Thin-legged Wolf Spider - Pardosa vancouveri - Male
Lacey (near Olympia), Thurston County, Washington, USA
March 6, 2010

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Thin-legged Wolf Spider - Pardosa vancouveri - male Thin-legged Wolf Spider - Pardosa vancouveri - male

From Rod Crawford:
Look at the front leg tarsi (enlarged). Pardosa vancouveri. Possibly
not quite mature in view of the early March date, but it's possible
for an occasional male to mature that early. Pardosa spend the winter
as penultimates (male palps enlarged but without all the complicated
parts).

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Another Wolf spider
... again I'm not sure which one.

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