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Spider IMG_5318 - Dolomedes

Spider IMG_5318 - Dolomedes
Monhegan Island, Lincoln County, Maine, USA
August 25, 2011

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Spider IMG_5318 - Dolomedes Spider IMG_5318 - Dolomedes

Moved
Moved from Fishing Spiders.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

The babies look like Dolomedes
to us

 
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I found images of Dolomedes fimbriatus babies which look identical. Problem is I don't know if they were ID'd correctly and it's a European species. The closest pond from that location is 300 meters away, however, the edge of a swamp is about 40 meters away. The swamp contains a bog habitat. It's kind of odd because these spiders were in a dry habitat and would have to cross a dirt road to get to either the bog or the pond.

I am unlinking the image of what I thought might be the mother.

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