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Genus Wadotes

Wadotes hybridus - palpe - Wadotes hybridus - male Funnel Weaver (Wadotes sp.) - Wadotes - female Wadotes - female Amaurobius ferox? - Wadotes - female Wadotes calcaratus - male Wadotes calcaratus - male Wadotes hybridus - male juvenile male funnel weaver - Wadotes - male
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Chelicerata (Chelicerates)
Class Arachnida (Arachnids)
Order Araneae (Spiders)
Infraorder Araneomorphae (True Spiders)
No Taxon (Entelegynae)
Family Agelenidae (Funnel Weavers)
Subfamily Coelotinae
Genus Wadotes
11 species
Ranges are based on specimen records from the scientific literature and may not be a complete account of each species' range.
Bennett 1987(1) contains maps that provide a much better graphical interpretation of ranges than the list of locales below.

W. bimucronatus - AL, GA, NC, TN, WV
W. calcaratus - VT, NH, CT, MA, NY, MI, NJ, PA, IN, MD, VA, NC, AL, OK, DC, MN(2) & Canada. Bennett 1987(1) states that any records of W. calcaratus in the western US are likely due to mislabeled specimens.
W. carinidactylus - GA(1)
W. deceptis - NC, TN(1)
W. dixiensis - AL, GA, NC, TN(2)
W. georgiensis - GA(1)
W. hybridus - VT, NY, NH, MA, MI, PA, NJ, MD, IN, VA, NC, GA
W. mumai - GA(1)
W. saturnus - AL, GA, NC(1)
W. tennesseensis - TN, NC(2)
W. willsi - VA, NC(1)
W. carolinus - AL, NC (= W. bimucronatus)
W. convolutus - AL, GA (= W. bimucronatus)
Works Cited
1.Systematics and natural history of Wadotes
Bennett, R. G. 1987. Journal of Arachnology 15: 91-128.
2.North American Agelenidae of the genus Wadotes Chamberlin
Muma, M. H. 1947. American Museum Novitates 1334: 1-12.