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Photo#71424
Spider with prey - Pelegrina galathea - female

Spider with prey - Pelegrina galathea - Female
Assunpink WMA (or near), Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA

Moved
Moved from Pelegrina.

Moved to Pelegrina
Moved to Pelegrina for now. I'll come back to this one after I get more documentation on this genus.

Sorry - no
I don't know the size. I'd guess about 1/2 inch (12 mm), but it's just a guess.

ditto...
Ditto Don's question. My guess is female Pelegrina, days away from dropping her eggs. I've photographed several of these over the past month but haven't had time to shoot the genitalia and have them reviewed.

size
Do you have any idea the approximate size of this jumper (in mm)?

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