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Pisaurina undulata? Or? - Pisaurina mira - male

Pisaurina undulata? Or? - Pisaurina mira - Male
Forsyth County, North Carolina, USA
April 28, 2012
Size: 12 mm
He fits description given by Kaston under old name, Pelopatis undulata. Eye pattern is clearly that of Pisaurina. Range, according to Kaston, has a northern border in South Carolina. Global warming? There is a creek ≤ a quarter mile from here, and there are several artificial ponds near to the house. He walked in the open front door. He jumps straight up when startled, and seemingly can't climb glass. Has anyone seen this kind of spider before? Alternative identifications? Thanks.For a bigger image, see: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pisaurina_uldulata_11.jpg

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Moved from ID Request. Yes, that image is much better. I agree it's P. mira.

Pisaurina mira
seems to be the more common species. However, I don't know that I could ID this to species from this small image. I can't really see any details. Sorry.

 
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I tried to upload the original, but the upload failed. See that image by following the link above to Wikipedia Commons. I agree that it may be P. mira.

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