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Photo#6061
Crab Spider w/ Red Face - Mecaphesa asperata

Crab Spider w/ Red Face - Mecaphesa asperata
Springfield, Virginia, USA
August 21, 2004
Found crawling around on my plastic trash can. Any help in identifying is appreciated.

Moved
Moved from Swift Crab Spider.

This one looks a lot like asp
This one looks a lot like asperata, but I don't know that it is. I don't see how it might be celer, though.

 
I'm convinced this one is asp
I'm convinced this one is asperata now. I'm seeing a consistent dorsal abdominal pattern.

Misumenops
Looks very similar to Tony's Misumenops in the guide
Another image in Missouri Spiders Also check All very similar

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