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Photo#47339
Spider - Pisaurina dubia - male

Spider - Pisaurina dubia - Male
Gloster, Gloster Arboretum, Amite County, Mississippi, USA
April 8, 2006
Size: body length 11 mm.

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Pisaurina
There are four species of Pisaurina in the US. This appears to be a male P. undulata, a more coastal state species that certainly occurs in LA. And this would be the hereafter definitive shot of this species I believe.

Eye Arrangement
This is the craziest eye arrangement I've ever seen!

 
Pisaurina?
looks like the "X" eye arrangement of the Pisaurina I posted before

see here

 
Not like any Pisaurina I've seen
these are the what I think of when I think Pisaurina....



This spider definitely may be a male Pisaurina, but I've never seen the eye arrangement quite like this before.

 
Eye arrangement
Thanks folks, I have added a cropped view of the eyes.

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