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Spiders - Emblyna - male - female

Spiders - Emblyna - Male Female
South Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
May 7, 2010

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Spiders - Emblyna - male - female Spiders - Emblyna - female Spiders - Emblyna - male

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Thank you both--I have several shots of each individual, so let me know if there are particular (nonventral) details that would help get them to species.

Family Dictynidae - Mesh Web Weavers
Female and male mating pair. I'm not sure which genus. Possibly close to Tom's

 
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Yes, nice find. Based on what Tom M. has found, could be Emblyna sublata, but there are more than 60 species of Emblyna.

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