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Rabidosa punctulata

Rabidosa punctulata
Whitepath Road Area, Gilmer County, Georgia, USA
October 22, 2011
Size: Not recorded
Located by head-lamp at night, in grass and leaf litter, in edge habitat of a mostly deciduous forest in north Georgia mountains. Body length was not recorded, but appeared between 10-15mm; a good-sized handsome spider, with long legs.

Appears to be Rabidosa punctulata - Dotted Wolf Spider:

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Rabidosa punctulata
Moved from ID Request.

I think you are correct. The other very similar looking R. carrana would be the other choice, but I think the location matches R. punctulata better.

 
As always,
Thanks Lynette, for your time and expertise.

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