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Genus Titanebo

Philodromidae, Ebo I think.... - Titanebo Unknown spider. - Titanebo - male Small, long-legged light brown crab spider with diamond-shaped dark patch - Titanebo Small, long-legged light brown crab spider with diamond-shaped dark patch - Titanebo Small, long-legged light brown crab spider with diamond-shaped dark patch - Titanebo Titanebo californicus female? - Titanebo californicus - female Titanebo californicus female? - Titanebo californicus - female T. californicus male - Titanebo californicus - male
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Chelicerata (Chelicerates)
Class Arachnida (Arachnids)
Order Araneae (Spiders)
Infraorder Araneomorphae (True Spiders)
No Taxon (Entelegynae)
Family Philodromidae (Running Crab Spiders)
Genus Titanebo
14 species in BugGuide's range
The species of Titanebo are larger and can be further distinguished by the higher clypeus, denser leg scopulation, non-reduced leg spiniformation, and non-reduced VTA of the male palpus. (Schick 1965)

albocaudatus - female 4 mm, male 3.75 mm, allatal stripe discinct, anterior half of dorsum with dark gray markings and erect spiniforms, but posterior half a sharply delimited white area lacking spiniforms.
andreaannae - female & male 5 mm, allatal stripe present, cardiac mark with prominent lateral extensions (like mexicanus), lateral stripe short only on anterior half of abdomen, paramedial stripe an elongated area of gold scales similar to albocaudatus but gold-colored.
californicus - female & male 4 mm, abdomen dark gray, cardiac mark more slender than mexicanus and without prominent lateral extensions.
creosotis - female & male 4 mm, body & legs covered by gold scales, dark brown scales in some specimens, no allatal stripe, cardiac mark not distinct in some
dispar - female & male 5.5 mm, similar to macyi
macyi - female 5.2 mm, male 4.75 mm, allatal stripe, abdomen more elongate than most other species, white with dark gray dorsal markings
mexicanus - female 4 mm, male 3.25 mm, allatal stripe distinct, cardiac mark distinct,
parabolis - female & male 4 mm, marking similar to Californicus but with bronze-colored area.
redneri - female 5 mm, no gold scales, cardiac mark,
State ranges from Schick 1965

albocaudatus - CA, AZ
andreaannae - CA, AZ
californicus - CA
cantralli - USA
creosotis - CA
dispar - CA
dondalei - USA
macyi - CA, OR
magnificus - USA
mexicanus - Mexico proper and Baja California into Kansas and the southwestern United States.
oblongus - USA
parabolis - CA, OR, AZ
redneri - TX
texanus - USA
Internet References
~ - Image of Titanebo parabolis carapace