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Photo#845105
Wafer-lid trapdoor spider - Myrmekiaphila comstocki

Wafer-lid trapdoor spider - Myrmekiaphila comstocki
one half mile south of Lexington Wildlife Management Area, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, USA
April 1, 2006

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Wafer-lid trapdoor spider - Myrmekiaphila comstocki Wafer-lid trapdoor spider Burrow Open - Myrmekiaphila comstocki Wafer-lid trapdoor spider Burrow Closed - Myrmekiaphila comstocki

Moved
Moved from Myrmekiaphila.

Moved
Moved from Myrmekiaphila.

Moved
Moved from Mygalomorphs.

Moved
Moved from Antrodiaetus.

Mygalomorph
Nice photos! May I ask how you arrived at the ID? Normally members of Antrodiaetidae have little tergites on the dorsum of the abdomen, although they're not always present in juveniles.

 
Kyron, you're right, I might
Kyron, you're right, I might have prematurely placed them in Antrodiaetidae. I've moved the images up two levels.

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