125 – 135 Million years ago
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||P.10 top paragraph: "Oldest fossil spider in amber—125–135 Myr ago. The oldest described amber spider (125–135 Myr ago) is an undetermined Linyphiinae, preserved in a small piece of Lebanese amber (primary sources). This fossil specimen is also the oldest linyphiid spider known to date."