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Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female

Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - Female
Cowichan Valley, British Columbia, Canada
November 1, 2012
Size: ~3mm body length
Found under some plywood. I've seen some of these before, usually under bark. Epigynum looks like a good match for Arcuphantes arcuatus (same as A. arcuatulus I gather from the WSC) in Chamberlin & Ivie 1943.

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Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female Arcuphantes arcuatulus? - Arcuphantes arcuatulus - female

ID confirmed by Rod Crawford
Moved from Spiders.

 
Arcuphantes arcuatulus
Very nice. Another new genus & species for the guide!

Looks good to me.
Looks good to me.

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