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Spider - Antrodiaetus unicolor - male

Spider - Antrodiaetus unicolor - Male
Oak Ridge, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
November 26, 2013
Size: 13mm measured
I was surprised to see this fellow crawling across my porch when temp was around 32 degrees F.
I brought him inside to take his picture.

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Spider - Antrodiaetus unicolor - male Spider - Antrodiaetus unicolor - male Spider - Antrodiaetus unicolor - male

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Moved from ID Request. Looks like Antrodiaetus sp. I would have thought A. unicolor in your area, but the tibia doesn't quite look like this:


Any chance of further images of the front legs from the top?

Edit: No wait, maybe A. robustus. It's also in the east and has a tibia very much like this.
http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/4753451#page/413/mode/1up
New species for the guide if so! Let's see what others think.

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