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Photo#509319
unknown wolf spider - Rabidosa santrita - female

unknown wolf spider - Rabidosa santrita - Female
Cave Creek Canyon, Coronado National Forest, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
April 1, 2011
Size: 1 1/2 inch (with legs)
This large spider was in the Chiricahua Mountains near the Mexican border. I know she is a wolf of some sort but am hoping for a species ID. Very common, the 2 photos are of different spiders I found.

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unknown wolf spider - Rabidosa santrita - female wolf spider - Rabidosa santrita - female

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Rabidosa
One of the Rabidosa maybe. You can review the species in your area here. It looks like Rabidosa santrita is the only one in your area.

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