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Spider eggs - July 1 - Tmarus angulatus

Spider eggs - July 1 - Tmarus angulatus
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
July 1, 2009
I found this leaf which had been folded by what I assumed was a spider.

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Moved
Moved from Tmarus.

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Very interesting
You might be right. Tmarus sp. (Thomisidae) looks like a possibility. Another thomisid that folds leaves this way for its egg sacs is Misumena vatia (Morse,2007), though I don't think that's what these spiderlings are.

 
Tmarus
Nice series. They do look like Tmarus.

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