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Syspira tigrina (miturgidae)
MBullock

Syspira tigrina (miturgidae)

The miturgids (prowling spiders) are what one could consider 'proto-corinnidae' and are closest in relation to corinnidae and salticidae, despite their lycosid-like appearance. This species is endemic to the sandy washes around the peninsular range and is mostly found in california.
Looks like a miniature P. regalis, lol. That's a beautiful spider!
Yeah miturgidae in general tend to be really attractive spiders with cool patterns and colors.

The largest in the family, i believe, is Miturga, which gets big like hogna carolinensis
 

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