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I'm guessing those are Arenivaga erratica. The only other similar Arenivaga species from Texas is A. tonkawa but the females are smaller and lighter in color. The males of both types look about the same except their genitalia. Please let me know if you ever have any to sell.

Mark

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I'm guessing those are Arenivaga erratica. The only other similar Arenivaga species from Texas is A. tonkawa but the females are smaller and lighter in color. The males of both types look about the same except their genitalia. Please let me know if you ever have any to sell.

Mark

Thank you for the suggestion of ID, but Heidi's new revision on genus Arenivaga lists several species of similar looking Arenivagas so it's probably best to list this as Arenivaga sp. :)

I got these from Westtexasinvert (you can find him on Arachnoboards) so if you contact him, he'll probably be able to get you some :)

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