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Florida Loxosceles - Loxosceles rufescens - female

Florida Loxosceles - Loxosceles rufescens - Female
Palatka, Putnam County, Florida, USA
November 30, 2013

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Hello, my name is Lou Coticch
Hello, my name is Lou Coticchio and I am a spider biologist/researcher out of USF in St. Petersburg. I am currently starting my graduate research, which is to verify if there are currently any breeding populations of recluse spiders in the state of Florida, their location, and their possible distribution. I know this is from an old post, but I was wondering if I can get more information, or possibly come investigate that area to see if there is a breeding population. If you could please get back to me as soon as possible, my email is lcoticchio@usf.edu or feel free to reach out via text or call 732-948-6877. Thank you for any assistance that you can provide.

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Moved from Brown Spiders.

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