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Photo#1641320
Sad day for this spider - Agenioideus humilis - female

Sad day for this spider - Agenioideus humilis - Female
Massanutten Resort, Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
July 28, 2018

Images of this individual: tag all
Sad day for this spider - Agenioideus humilis - female Sad day for this spider - Agenioideus humilis - female

Moved
Moved from Spider Wasps.

Moved

Click on 'tag all'
Thumbnails will appear at the upper left of your screen. Go to Hymenoptera or to Spider wasps and click on 'images'. A 'move tagged images' tab should appear. One more click and you're done.

If you have an image from the gathering of lots of species on a sheet, that would get posted here. There's no place in the guide for images with multiple species.

We would say this is a wasp image
It makes sense to us to post this with the spider wasps. It is not really an image of the spider for us.
The images from the gathering of folks around a sheet or the equipment used would properly belong on this page. An image of a moth on a sheet would go on the moth page.

 
What about the ones with mult
What about the ones with multiple species or many species in the same part of the sheet?

 
also
How do I move my own image rather than delete and repost it?

You posted these to the people page
If you want them as wasp or spider you need to post them there or to ID Request.

 
Oops!!
Sorry I must have clicked on the wrong album! I wasn’t sure where to post photos that have more that one critter or general photos of things like mercury vapor light bugcatching. What are your recommendations or are those not appropriate for this site?