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Rhomphaea fictilium? long spider - Rhomphaea fictilium

Rhomphaea fictilium? long spider - Rhomphaea fictilium
Redwood Regional Park, Alameda County, California, USA
November 2, 2012
Size: 5mm
This was out at night, on a coast redwood (also Hyptiotes and Cyclosa on the same or adjacent tree). There wasn't an apparent web, only a few strands along that portion of the branch. It could make fuzzy silk and bend the tip of its abdomen, which is a metallic orange. It also took this posture: .

Species based on range in the Info page; no spine at the end of the abdomen.

Moved
Moved from Rhomphaea.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Rhomphaea fictilium?
Looks right to me. Nice find!

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