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KY spider 11 - Habronattus coecatus - male

KY spider 11 - Habronattus coecatus - Male
Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
May 28, 2011
Size: 5 mm
Ex yellow pan trap. Collection date is 27.V.2011 to 29.V.2011

Has red mark below eyes above mandibles.

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Good call, guys.

kmp-10021 (m/f lot) Habronattus coecatus

Female here:

More images here:

Moved
Moved from Habronattus.

I agree
Looks like coecatus to me also. BTW-spiders don't have mandibles, but a pair of chelicerae, which are not homologous.

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Habronattus. Probably male Ha
Habronattus. Probably male Habronattus coecatus.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

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