Trachelidae
(Ground Sac Spiders)

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Picture of Trachelidae (Ground Sac Spiders) - Dorsal

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Looks like a Woodlouse Hunter Spider. I got bit by one of those before. They have a painful bite!

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Hi, given the condition of the spider and amount of detail I’m uncertain but this may be Meriola decepta. The more common and similar looking alternative would be a Broad-faced Sac Spider, Trachelas tranquilus. The pattern on the abdomen makes me suspect Meriola however. Woodlouse Hunters (Dysdera crocata) are similar looking but have much bigger cherlicerae (jaws).

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