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Hackledmesh Spider?

Hackledmesh Spider?
Village of Lodi, Medina County, Ohio, USA
April 5, 2013
Size: approximately 1cm
Found along river bank (~100' from water) clinging to underside of clam shell in sandy soil.

Moved from Spiders.

Moved from ID Request. Interesting that it's a little iridescent.

Did you get any other shots of it? Looks like it might be an Agelenid... Coras/Wadotes?

Let's see what others think.

I'm afraid not. I didn't dist
I'm afraid not. I didn't disturb it, just snapped a couple pictures and moved on.

That looks very similar to me though.

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