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Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female

Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - Female
Yucaipa, Riverside County, California, USA
August 24, 2016
These spiders make conical "circus tent" webs with a tube-like retreat at the top. They hide inside the retreat and also make their egg sacs inside them. The retreat is made of silk but also incorporates plant material.

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Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female Diguetia sp. - I believe she's Diguetia canities? - Diguetia canities - female

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