Dysdera crocata
(Woodlouse Hunter)

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Picture of Dysdera crocata (Woodlouse Hunter) - Dorsal
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TangledWeb

Hi, I think it may be in genus Dysdera. Dysdera crocata is the most common, but their fangs overlap each other on the horizontal plane. They move like the blades of scissors. Yours has fangs that point downwards like those of most spiders.

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