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Photo#708694
Lycosidae? - Antrodiaetus hageni

Lycosidae? - Antrodiaetus hageni
Keller, Ferry County, Washington, USA
September 26, 2012
Size: 15 mm

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Lycosidae? - Antrodiaetus hageni Lycosidae? - Antrodiaetus hageni

Moved
Pale coloration, modified metatarsus, density of retroventral tibial spines, all consistent with A. hageni

From Rod Crawford
The one from Keller, I'm thinking A. hageni; 708695 seems to show the characteristic scooped-out first metatarsus.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Antrodiaetus
Looks to be a folding-door spider in genus Antrodiaetus:

There are several species in WA though, and I don't know which one.

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