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Photo#755555
Clubionidae? - Drassodes neglectus

Clubionidae? - Drassodes neglectus
Blackville, Northumberland County, New Brunswick, Canada
March 29, 2013
Size: 9 mm
Maybe Elaver? Spider was hiding under a green mullein leaf adjacent to the (snow-covered) lawn.

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Clubionidae? - Drassodes neglectus Clubionidae? - Drassodes neglectus Clubionidae? - Drassodes neglectus

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Based on "three dorsodistal macrosetae" (Platnick and Dondale, 1992) on the palpal femur (visible in the 2nd picture), and the general appearance.

Gnaphosidae
Looks like it should be something in Drassodes.

 
Thanks Laura
Looks much more like Drassodes.

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