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Photo#147585
Spider - Callobius - female

Spider - Callobius - Female
Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington, USA
September 22, 2007
Size: around 17 mm
Found on the ground, seemed to be hindered by a hair twisted around one leg. It sat fairly still while I cut it off with scissors. It did mildly attack the scissors, so I'd consider it semi-aggressive.

Hacklemesh Weaver?

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Moved
Family Amaurobiidae, genus Callobius, adult female probably C.
severus - Rod Crawford.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Yes.
Yes, female of something in the Amaurobiidae family.

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