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Pisaurid spiderlings

Pisaurid spiderlings
Pelham, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
July 15, 2011
In a nursery web. I guess these are Pisaurina mira and not Dolomedes, based on

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Well, thanks for looking... maybe we'll get these sorted out someday.

Nice shot
I certainly won't argue... any chance you're going to follow them as they mature?

I didn't get the chance to

I forgot to look at the date. I won't argue with your ID, but maybe best to leave at family level? Did you get any front shots of the eyes?

I found an almost front shot of one, which I've added (flipped 180 degrees). If this isn't enough to clinch it for you, I'm fine with leaving at family level for now.

I looked at a bunch of spiderlings
this morning.. and realize that they don't really have the eye arrangement of the adults. I'm not sure what molt the eyes begin to look more like one genus or the other.

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