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Hacklemesh weaver?

Hacklemesh weaver?
Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA
March 13, 2011
I found this spider yesterday underneath a dog house. Is it some type of hacklemesh weaver?

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Moved from Spiders. If you can ever get these ID'd by a spider expert that would be great. I still can't guarantee they aren't simoni, but the odds are better that they are something in this family. Simoni used to be in this family... it'd make it much easier if it still was. =]

Also a side view of these could help ID them. Simoni should have ventral macrosetae while Amaurobiidae spiders don't.

Hacklemesh weaver?
I'm still not sure. Maybe you do have a nice population of Metaltella simoni? I need to figure out how to tell the difference between the two families from habitus.

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