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Amaurobiid? - Cryphoeca exlineae

Amaurobiid? - Cryphoeca exlineae
Burnaby, Lower Mainland, British Columbia, Canada
March 17, 2013

Moved from Spiders. =] It's a good thing we waited for Kyron. I need to add this one to the Similar Looking Spiders in Different Families article.

Cryphoeca exlineae?
C. exlineae is the only one I know of in BC with this coloration and the white hairs on the abdomen pattern. Was it about 3-4mm in body length?

Edit: I should add I'm not very familiar with many of the other little Hahniids here yet.

Moved from ID Request.


Could be! Should I place it t
Could be! Should I place it there?

You might want to
wait until Kyron sees it. But after a few days go for it.

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