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Jumper - female

Jumper - Female
Oregon, Ogle County, Illinois, USA
April 1, 2012
Size: 8mm
Pretty sure Phanias. Any help appreciated.

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Jumper - female Jumper - female

Moved from Dendryphantinae. Taxonomic changes have eliminated this subfamily; this is just a housekeeping move.

Moved to subfamily for now
Moved from Jumping Spiders. Females in this subfamily are notoriously tricky. For your locale, I'd consider female Eris or Pelegrina but since I can't rule out one or the other, this is the safe place to put it.

Moved from Phanias.

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