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Trapdoor Spider (Antrodiaetus) - Antrodiaetus lincolnianus - female

Trapdoor Spider (Antrodiaetus) - Antrodiaetus lincolnianus - Female
Lincoln/ Pioneer Park, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA
February 9, 2013
Size: 3.5 cm
Wandering just outside of it's burrow on wet forest path.

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Antrodiaetus
This looks like it could be a female Antrodiaetus. There is only one tergite on the abdomen which I read indicates female.

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