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Linyphiid? - Diguetia

Linyphiid? - Diguetia
Catalina State Park, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 20, 2012

Moved to Diguetia
Moved from Spiders. It appears there are 4 species in AZ, I'm not sure I know how to tell them all apart at this time.


Diguetia albolineata (O. P.-Cambridge) AZ, W TX
Diguetia canities (McCook) AZ, NM, W TX
Diguetia imperiosa Gertsch & Mulaik AZ, NM, W TX
Diguetia signata Gertsch AZ, NM

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Moved from ID Request.

Diguetia
Beautiful spider! I'm thinking a male Desertshrub spider in genus Diguetia, maybe D. canities:

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