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Wolf Spider

Wolf Spider
Uvalde, Uvalde County, Texas, USA
October 11, 2005
I'm guessing it's a wolf spider but not sure. Either way, there's about to be many more of them running around.

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Wolf Spider Wolf Spider - female

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Yes, Wolf Spider
Nice image!

Yes, that is a female wolf spider and her brood. Unfortunately, most of the "little tikes" won't survive. :(

Someone might be able to ID and confirm it to a genus from this image...

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