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Photo#594642
Texas Recluse - Loxosceles devia

Texas Recluse - Loxosceles devia
Big Wells, Dimmit County, Texas, USA
November 12, 2011
As a crow flies, this was about 40 miles or so from the Mexican Border, just north of Big Wells, Texas.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Thanks again. This will be the first image of this species for Bugguide. It's also the first image on the web that I know of. If you took more angles of the spider, feel free to post them.

 
Better, yet, might you have c
Better, yet, might you have collected the specimen?

 
No, but I know right where he
No, but I know right where he is if someone wants him. I'll go back in a couple of days to get some different angles, assuming he sticks around.

Thanks for posting this image...
Take a look at this range map and see what you think


It looks like possibly Loxosceles devia.

 
Agreed!
I agree ma'am. Thanks for the info...changed on flickr too

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