Blending In

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This gal definitely blended in with her surroundings. I have not received a confident ID yet, but best guess is Schizocosa mccooki. If that's correct then it is pretty neat since bugguide does not have any records of this species of wolf outside of California and Texas.

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Not positive on the size, but I'd guess 14mm total body length and probably about 8mm body length. So, not super small, but definitely not one of the larger wolf spiders I find.
 

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