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Photo#288700
Spider, brown and orange - Arctosa alpigena

Spider, brown and orange - Arctosa alpigena
Hurricane Hill, Olympic National Park, Clallam County, Washington, USA
June 14, 2009
Size: ~1 cm (excluding legs)
This paralyzed spider is the prey individual of this spider wasp:

The photos are not very good because the lighting was poor.

Another specimen (better photo), also found paralyzed with a wasp a few yards away:

Images of this individual: tag all
Spider, brown and orange - Arctosa alpigena Spider, brown and orange - Arctosa alpigena Spider, brown and orange - Arctosa alpigena

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Moved from Spiders.

Location correction?
Do you mean "Hurricane Ridge?"

 
Hurricane Hill
Hurricane Hill is part of Hurricane Ridge, on the west end.
You can actually find it in Google Earth just searching on "Hurricane Hill, WA."
I live just about 3,500 feet downhill, between Hurricane Ridge and Port Angeles.

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