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Photo#441593
Spider - Euagrus chisoseus

Spider - Euagrus chisoseus
Vanderpool, Bandera County, Texas, USA
August 8, 2010
Found under a rock.

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Spider - Euagrus chisoseus Spider - Euagrus chisoseus

Moved
Moved from Euagrus.

Moved
Moved from Mygalomorphs.

Moved
Moved from Spiders. Interesting spinnerets.

Nice
images. A mygalomorph, probably a Diplurid, but need to check.

Do you have an idea of its size?

 
Euagrus?
My forum colleague here, Bastian, (http://www.dipluridae.de) says "most likely Euagrus -- chisoseus oder comstocki".

-Kevin

 
Thanks Jeff!
I would say body length was about 12 mm, but that is a rough estimate.

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