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Unknown Spider - Philodromus dispar

Unknown Spider - Philodromus dispar
Coldstream, Southern, British Columbia, Canada
September 13, 2011
Light colored Running Crab. Ideas? Any help would be appreciated.

I wondered if that wasn't what this was.
Does the color pattern make this a female, or do immature males look this way too?

immature males look the same as females until their final molt.

Moved from Spiders. I'm pretty darn sure it's P. dispar. They are very common in Puyallup, so I see them often.


Yes, Philodromidae looks good
Lynette may be able to say more.


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