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Photo#536384
Tutelina harti? - Tutelina harti

Tutelina harti? - Tutelina harti
Daly County Park, Blue Earth County, Minnesota, USA
June 26, 2011
Size: 6mm
found in open oak woods hiding under rain fly

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Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Certainly looks good to me. D
Certainly looks good to me. Do you have a retrolateral view of the palp by any chance (cf. Paquin & Duperre 2003)?

-K

 
Is this the angle?
Kevin,

Is this the angle you needed?

 
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More or less -- you can just make out the tibial apophysis here. Compare with fig. 2274 from here.

-K

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