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Unknown Spider - Pisaurina mira

Unknown Spider - Pisaurina mira
Lafayette, Sussex County, New Jersey, USA
March 21, 2012

Found in the water
Moved from Pisaurina.

You're right that is weird. I'm moving back one level.

If you took any shots of the spider's eyes from the front of the spider that could help.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. I'm pretty sure it's a juvenile Pisaurina. P. mira is probably the most likely.

 
That's what it sort of looked
That's what it sort of looked like to me too, but the funny thing was I fished it out of the pond with that leaf. I suppose I could have knocked it in or it blew in without me seeing it. It didn't quite seem right for a fishing spider but I am not very experienced.

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