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Crabber - Philodromus marxi - female

Crabber - Philodromus marxi - Female
Hancock County, Indiana, USA
June 15, 2012
Size: 4 mm
Taken in sweep net in nearby woodlot.

Very pretty vanilla & chocolate spider. Probably something common, but I'll save for Kevin as usual.

[note for Kevin: there will be a second female of this species coming to you, though it ended up a bit mangled]

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Crabber - Philodromus marxi - female Crabber - Philodromus marxi - female

Moved

Moved
Moved from Crab Spiders.

The posterior median eyes are so far apart
we would suggest instead one of the Philodromus.

It will be great if Kevin can figure out what this is.

 
thanks guys
it looks exactly like what you linked to

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