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Photo#89102
young spider - Tetragnatha

young spider - Tetragnatha
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
November 30, 2006
Size: 1.3mm
Found in sweep of some grass.

Moved
Moved from Entelegynes . I have a strong feeling that the Balabans are correct. Compare with

Also reminds us of
which has been placed in Tetragnathidae

Moved
Moved from Mangora. Since all the Mangora in the guide have a dark center stripe on the carapace (and this one doesn't), I think we should move this out until we can find a Manngora that matches this. It does remind me a lot of

Moved

If so, then why
is it filed under Pachygnatha?

Moved
Looks close, and the eye arrangement might be right too.

Maybe
a tiny mangora.

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