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Jumping Spider - Pelegrina galathea - female

Jumping Spider - Pelegrina galathea - Female
Allison Park, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 17, 2014

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Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders. Sometimes they just strike you funny. I'm not sure where that Tutelina idea came from on my part, but I think this is a great match for Pelegrina galathea.

 
Agreed
Epigyne matches nicely with diagrams on jumping-spiders.com. Thanks Chad.

Hmmm...
I wonder if this is a female Tutelina harti.

 
Thanks Chad
I have no idea on this one, I did find a few diagrams for T. harti but they are all ventrals and my ventral photo is rather poor. I should have taken a ventral of the spider before I dissected it, then I would be able to compare it to Jay Barnes' totally awesome photo.

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