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Tan spider ! on trash can! - Hibana

Tan spider ! on trash can! - Hibana
Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, USA
April 11, 2011
Size: reference to a Quarter
This little spider was bulding a web on my trash can between the edge of the handle and the rim. It moves pretty fast and i managed to snap these pics before it ran away. How do you know if its a male or female?

Ghost Spider
Moved from ID Request.

This is some type of Ghost Spider probably in the Hibana genus. They are harmless.

 
Ghost Spider
thanks!

 
male or female spider
You can read how to tell if a spider is male or female here.

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