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Photo#884575
Large Spider - Kukulcania

Large Spider - Kukulcania
Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
January 16, 2014
Found this one in front of my grandmothers. Played dead when I blew on her (I believe?)

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Close - it's a Crevice Weaver
They do look fairly similar to trapdoor spiders. Your spider is harmless and is likely one of the Kukulcania. I'd guess a juvenile female. Compare with

Possibly a Trapdoor
For some reason, I am reminded of a species of trapdoor spider. To be honest, I think it is a male. However, let's let someone else weigh in on this.

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