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Hakka himeshimensis

Hakka himeshimensis
Cape May Point, Cape May County, New Jersey, USA
September 30, 2012
Size: Maybe around 6 mm?
I am raising these 3 spiders that were caught on the rock jetty wall (where the wall is way up on the beach - not down by the water, although they may be there too but I didn't see any down there and I saw a lot "inland")
Can anyone help with gender? I guess if they mature we'll know for sure. I'm hoping for at least one male and one female.

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