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Photo#17153
Arachnid - Allocosa

Arachnid - Allocosa
Black Creek, Cary, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
May 12, 2005
I haven't seen a spider like this crawling around during daylight. Only noticed it because it was right beside my dog's paw.

Moved
Moved from Hacklemesh Weavers.

Amaurobiidae.
This is probably a hackledmesh weaver in the family Amaurobiidae, possibly genus Callobius. The webs they spin is not sticky but "fluffy," and charged with static electricity.

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