[Taxacom] spider, Bahia, Brazil

Robin Leech releech at telus.net
Fri Jan 29 18:30:29 CST 2010


I am pretty sure this is a lycosid.  Try the genus Aglaoctenus.
There are some weird ones in South America.
The third eye row (PLE) is a bit wide for Trechaleidae.  Lycosids
have the third eye row more or less directly behind the PME.
Robin

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