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Sand Tunnel Spider - Geolycosa - female

Sand Tunnel Spider - Geolycosa - Female
Warren Dunes, Sawyer, Berrien County, Michigan, USA
May 24, 2008
Found on Lake Michigan Beach.

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Sand Tunnel Spider - Geolycosa - female Sand Tunnel Spider - Geolycosa

Did she come out to take the
Did she come out to take the prey? I assume that since you also have her tunnel that she must lurk in the tunnel until something comes nearby?

-Kevin

 
Yes
She came out almost as if she were stalking the ant and then attacked. The ant was still alive in this picture. I was very lucky to catch the entire thing.

One of the Geolycosa?
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