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Thanks for the info ZackSaavedra!
Ah, this is a nice photo of a Philodromid.Its second pair of legs aren't significantly longer than the first, which means it's not Ebo. It's not small and slender, so Tibellus is out too. I doubt it's Apollophanes or Titanebo, and the lack of a pointed black stripe on the abdomen means it can't be Thanatus. Therefore, I can confidently say it's Philodromus.
Spotted on Jul 27, 2012 Submitted on Apr 28, 2013
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