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Possibly Hacklemesh Weaver (SW FL) - large abdomen - Metaltella simoni - female

Possibly Hacklemesh Weaver (SW FL) - large abdomen - Metaltella simoni - Female
Cape Coral, Lee County, Florida, USA
May 11, 2014
Size: 15-20mm
Found this gal while doing laundry. I was told it's a Metaltella Sinoma but the head/thorax looks smaller to me.

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Possibly Hacklemesh Weaver (SW FL) - large abdomen - Metaltella simoni - female Possibly Hacklemesh Weaver (SW FL) - large abdomen - Metaltella simoni - female Possibly Hacklemesh Weaver (SW FL) - large abdomen - Metaltella simoni - female

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

The other two...
who also IDed this as Metaltella simoni on r/spiders are both excellent at IDing spiders.

 
Thank you so much for the ID.
Thank you so much for the ID.

I think...
it's a Metaltella simoni but I think I'm also the one who gave you that initial ID so I'm waiting for someone else to weigh in.

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