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Photo#88130
Large spider #2 - Dolomedes albineus

Large spider #2 - Dolomedes albineus
Near Bluebonnet Swamp, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, USA
June 20, 2004
Size: not recorded
We believe this ia a Dolomedes, probably tenebrosus.
Confirmation/correction appreciated.

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Large spider #2 - Dolomedes albineus Large spider #2 - Dolomedes albineus

Moved
Moved from Fishing Spiders.

Dolomedes albineus
This is an adult male White-banded Fishing Spider (Dolomedes albineus). Here's a couple images from the Guide for comparison:


Dolomedes yes, tenebrosus no.
This is indeed a fishing spider, but probably not D. tenebrosus. That said, would need to do some research to decide exactly which species it matches:-) The good news is that we have most (all?) species represented in the guide pages already.

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