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Wolf Spider - Gladicosa gulosa - female

Wolf Spider - Gladicosa gulosa - Female
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
March 12, 2006
Size: 16mm
Found this large female under a rock in a sandy area. Can it be identified to genus or better?

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Wolf Spider - Gladicosa gulosa - female Wolf Spider - Gladicosa gulosa - female

MY BIG MISTAKE!!
tom,
i was reading the revisions made to BJ Kaston and there is no such thing as Hogna gulosa. it was Lycosa gulosa in the book (published 1978). that has since changed to Gladicosa gulosa (Walckenaer). all these H. gulosas are actually G. gulosas.

sorry about that man. it would be great if you can move them and delete this guide page which doesnt exist.

 
Moved and deleted
No problem, it took all of one minute to change. I spent more time writing this note:-)

looks like another female Hog
looks like another female Hogna gulosa

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