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Photo#600965
Spider ID - female

Spider ID - Female
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
December 13, 2011
Size: 1"
This girl may have come in on a cricket shipment from West coast of the US.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Moved here temporarily for more comments. I think that ID is likely.

Amaurobius
... I think, perhaps Amaurobius ferox ?

When I have some time I will
When I have some time I will up load one of the male Secimen of the spp. My girl friend keeps a number of spiders and tarantulas so these guys will be her new project.

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