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Kulkulcania is the best I've come up with - Ummidia

Kulkulcania is the best I've come up with - Ummidia
Hillsborough, Orange County, North Carolina, USA
March 16, 2013
Size: 3-4mm
A swarm of newborn spiders on a holly sapling - they had largely dispersed within an hour. Did not locate an egg sac or point of origin. Tried for a decent pic of the eyes to give better chance of identifying - the closest match I've seen is Genus Kulkulcania.

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Moved from Mygalomorphs.

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Looks to us like a Mygalomorph

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