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2114 Spider wrapping  up beetle - Latrodectus hesperus - male

2114 Spider wrapping up beetle - Latrodectus hesperus - Male
one of the main campground bathroom, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Pima County, Arizona, USA
April 2, 2017
Size: spider <1/4 in
I was surprised at the number of spiders around the bathrooms, perhaps because it is a permanent source of light every night.This one caught a 1/4 inch bluish beetle and was busy wrapping it up

Moved from ID Request.

Looks to be
a male Widow. Someone will be able to tell you which Widow.

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