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KY spider 17 - Misumessus oblongus - male

KY spider 17 - Misumessus oblongus - Male
Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA
May 27, 2011
Size: 2.5 mm
Taken with sweep net.

Moved
Moved from Crab Spiders.

Yes, [i]M. oblongus[/i]
Yes, M. oblongus - kmp-10024

More images here:

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Misumessus oblongus ?
I'd have to revisit the World Spider Catalog to make sure there are no other species in this genus. Maybe that other spider is a juvenile of this?

 
both seemed mature
i had a second one like this that appears to be penultimate male but I didn't image it; we'll see what Kevin thinks

 
Yes, both mature.
Yes, both mature.

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