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Photo#967485
Unknown small arachnid - Cheliferoides longimanus - male

Unknown small arachnid - Cheliferoides longimanus - Male
Church Point, Acadia Parish, Louisiana, USA
September 19, 2008
Found in my back yard. Specimen was very small, perhaps a few millimeters in length. The front appendages have a strange shape, but do not appear to be claws. Not sure wether this is a spider, or a member of some other arachnid order.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Jumping Spiders.

Wow!
I love when a jumper gets thrown at me and it just looks so different from most the others that come through. This might be a Bellota.



or Cheliferoides


 
Thanks. I have been trying to
Thanks. I have been trying to identify this for the past couple of years. Looks similar to most descriptions I can find of Bellota. Possibly longimanna?

Wonder if it is related to Bellota

Cropped and moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

Jumping Spider of some kind. The experts will be able to tell you more.

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