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Photo#225986
Wolf Spider - possible Geolycosa - Geolycosa missouriensis

Wolf Spider - possible Geolycosa - Geolycosa missouriensis
Grantsburg, Burnett County, Wisconsin, USA
September 16, 2008
Size: 3/4 inch body
Different hole but similar size and construction to nearby spider hole. Some of these holes use vegetation, some use small stones/gravel, some are mostly sand, or combo of materials.

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