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Spider ID? - Tinus peregrinus

Spider ID? - Tinus peregrinus
Tucson (Desert Museum), Pima County, Arizona, USA
August 25, 2012
Size: 1 cm?
Very large spider,maybe 1 cm body, 2-3 inches with legs? Just a guess. Resting as you see about 6 inches over a small pond. Taken with flash just after dark. ID?

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Spider ID? - Tinus peregrinus Spider ID? - Tinus peregrinus

Moved to Tinus peregrinus
Moved from ID Request.

Nursery Web Spider?
It bears a resemblance to this Tinus peregrinus:

Lets see what the others think.

 
I agree
Looks like Tinus peregrinus to me too!

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