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Ghostie - Anyphaena pectorosa - female

Ghostie - Anyphaena pectorosa - Female
Hancock County, Indiana, USA
June 19, 2011
Size: 8 mm
Ghost spider, from . The other one is another mature female of the same species.

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Ghostie - Anyphaena pectorosa - female Ghostie - Anyphaena pectorosa - female

Moved
Moved from Ghost Spiders. Nice one!

Anyphaena pectorosa
Nice find -- this is Anyphaena pectorosa (see Dondale & Redner 1982), one of those northeastern species that Rod would not usually come across.

Pictures later. New BG species, isn't it?

P.S. -- Here's a similar specimen, photgraphed by Tanasevitch: Anyphaena pectorosa L.Koch, 1866

More photos here:

Hibana maybe
Rod Crawford says: The only anyphanenid this looks like is Aysha (Hibana). A. gracilis is the only Aysha recorded from Indiana. But this looks pretty unlike published figures of gracilis, epigynum-wise.

 
Interesting
I'm sending both of these to Kevin, so hopefully we'll know more once he looks at them.

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