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Photo#1775894
Spider in Root Cellar

Spider in Root Cellar
Junction City, 15 mi. SE, Geary County, Kansas, USA
February 1, 2020
I turned her over with a dried leaf and she didn't move at all. However, if she were dead, wouldn't her legs be curled up? Still, she looks contorted. Thanks for any help you can give me!

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Spider in Root Cellar Spider in Root Cellar

Frassed
Moved from Spiders. This is a shed exoskeleton. The thick legs suggest something in Lycosidae or Dolomedes, but there apparently isn't enough detail to identify this one. Thanks for the submission.

 
Oh, that explains it! Thank
Oh, that explains it! Thank you so much. I am learning.

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