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Wolf spider identification

Kymura

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I'm far from any expert but adore the wolf spiders, one of my favorites, I dont think its either of those actually, far to light,
Looks like a thinlegged wolf spider, Pardosa milvina (as I said I am NOT any kind of expert, shes gorgeous though!) we only get the rabid wolf spiders (Rabidosa rabida) and the typical boring brown guys, think they are the carolina type, (Hogna carolinensis)
couple pics in my album :p
http://www.tarantulaforum.com/media/female-maybe.1198/
http://www.tarantulaforum.com/media/the-male-i-think.1199/
 

Jennifer Duncan

Active Member
I'm far from any expert but adore the wolf spiders, one of my favorites, I dont think its either of those actually, far to light,
Looks like a thinlegged wolf spider, Pardosa milvina (as I said I am NOT any kind of expert, shes gorgeous though!) we only get the rabid wolf spiders (Rabidosa rabida) and the typical boring brown guys, think they are the carolina type, (Hogna carolinensis)
couple pics in my album [emoji14]
http://www.tarantulaforum.com/media/female-maybe.1198/
http://www.tarantulaforum.com/media/the-male-i-think.1199/
Nice critters[emoji3]
 

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