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3-lined Maevia - epigynum - Paramaevia poultoni - female

3-lined Maevia - epigynum - Paramaevia poultoni - Female
Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
November 13, 2010
Size: 9mm

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3-lined Maevia - dorsal - Paramaevia poultoni - female 3-lined Maevia - side - Paramaevia poultoni - female 3-lined Maevia - face - Paramaevia poultoni - female 3-lined Maevia - ventral - Paramaevia poultoni - female 3-lined Maevia - epigynum - Paramaevia poultoni - female

Moved
Moved from Maevia.

Thanks for the epigynum image
Thanks for the epigynum image, Joe.

You will get better results (fewer spurious reflections) if you place the specimen in alchohol or water.

 
Yeah, I know. She wasn't my s
Yeah, I know. She wasn't my specimen to collect, though. Joel Hallen is hoping to get an egg sac out of her first.

 
Great, then maybe we'll get s
Great, then maybe we'll get some spiderling and subadult images, too?

-Kevin

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