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Photo#617700
Dolomedes okefinokensis - female

Dolomedes okefinokensis - Female
Unknown, Unknown County, Florida, USA
Size: 29mm
Feb 26th, gravid, egg sac was started approx 4 hours after this picture was taken.

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Captive spider?
I wonder if we should remove the date if this is a captive specimen?

 
Date
I was putting the dates to track the female from gravid, to eggsac, to birth once that happens. I can remove if you want tho, I keep a personal journal with all the dates :)

 
Yes,
in those cases it's best to put the date in the comments like you have done. Thanks.

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