Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Interior British Columbia to Nova Scotia, south to Panama.
sandy habitats--beaches, riverbanks, etc.
Immature individuals have a dark "V" shape around the eyes, similar to other very young Wolf Spiders.
This is an adult female, with babies:
Howell and Jenkins, pp. 200-201, fig. 118 (1)
"Revision of the Wolf Spiders of the Genus Arctosa C. L. Koch in North and Central America (Araneae:Lycosidae)" by Charles D. Dondale and James H. Redner