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Spider  - Antrodiaetus

Spider - Antrodiaetus
Stanwood, Snohomish County, Washington, USA
March 14, 2013

From Rod Crawford
It has to be an Antrodiaetus. Most likely a juvenile, since there are no abdominal sclerites. For species ID one would need an adult male with side view of front leg, or a specimen in hand.

Moved from ID Request.

Mygalomorph
I'll ask Rod. I imagine it's a female Antrodiaetus sp.

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