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Fishing Spider? - Tinus peregrinus

Fishing Spider? - Tinus peregrinus
Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
July 26, 2009
Size: 2-3 inches
By my backyard pond in the Arizona desert. The lines on the body look like a fishing spider, but the photos that look like it don't show as being in Arizona. Thanks for your help. Do they bite humans?

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Moved from Fishing Spiders.

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Moved from fimbriatus group.

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Moved from Spiders. Most spider will bite humans if they are trapped. However, their nature is to flee, and these are not dangerous.

 
Thanks for responding. I am g
Thanks for responding. I am glad to know it is not dangerous.

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