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Synageles? - Synageles noxiosus - male

Synageles? - Synageles noxiosus - Male
Boxborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
May 6, 2011
Size: 2.7mm
This little spider was walking around on the trunk of a black birch along a trail in the woods.

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Synageles? - Synageles noxiosus - male Synageles? - Synageles noxiosus - male Synageles? - Synageles noxiosus - male

Moved
Moved from Synageles.
Identified from the specimen by G B Edwards.

 
You should mark it as a male
You should mark it as a male as well.

Lovely!
Lovely!

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.
Thanks Ryan.

The position of the eyes sugg
The position of the eyes suggests Synageles, not sure which species.

Wow
The posterior lateral eyes are waaaay back in this spider.

 
Way back
ant they stick out a bit. This spider must be able to see 360 degrees all around.

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