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North Oregon coast possible Badumna longinqua ? - Badumna longinqua

North Oregon coast possible Badumna longinqua ? - Badumna longinqua
Sandlake, Tillamook County, Oregon, USA
September 30, 2012
I have at least two views of this spider but not a good head shot. This is located in my sister's house on a window pane, and I believe there is more than one. Additional: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nwartist/8116607110/in/photostream

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North Oregon coast possible Badumna longinqua ? - Badumna longinqua North Oregon coast possible Badumna longinqua ? - Badumna longinqua North Oregon coast possible Badumna longinqua ? - Badumna longinqua web - Badumna longinqua another front view - Badumna longinqua Front view - Badumna longinqua

From Rod Crawford
The chap who posted that putative Badumna has added another front view that shows one AME and ALE pretty plainly. It's looking a lot more like a Badumna.

I'm moving here for now. I think this is correct. Nice find.

Moved from Spiders.

From Rod Crawford
It's certainly possible, but one can't really tell from these images. Somehow the AME (pretty distinct in the enlarged version of the first
image) don't look big enough. also the size isn't given! :-( Body length should be about 1 cm if it's correct.

There are no published Oregon records but it's an introduced species, so can be assumed to be expanding its range. Published records are from these CA counties: Alameda, Marin, Mendocino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Yolo.

Moved to Spiders
Moved from ID Request. Badumna longinqua certainly looks right. I'll have to do some checking as this appears to be a range extension.

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