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Webspinner - Haploembia solieri - female

Webspinner - Haploembia solieri - Female
Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California, USA
November 4, 2010
I saw only this one at my public storage space. It is very small and quite bright red. Notice the flame like markings on the head. I believe they are diagnostic, however, I'll have to look that up. In the mean time, maybe someone can fill us in!


This is reminiscent of Harsi Parker's

perhaps it is another Haploembia solieri female. I think it is distinctive enough to be placed there, but would appreciate confirmation before I do so.

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Webspinner - Haploembia solieri - female Webspinner - Haploembia solieri - female

Very nice images!!
Hi, sorry I didn't see these when you first posted them... Yours certainly is a fiery shade of red!

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Thanks J&J! It is certainly worth a try!

Thanks Stanley Dean Rider, Jr for confirming species sex and ID!

You can direct your recent questions
about webspinners to Stanley Dean Rider, Jr (here). He is the one who has organized most of the images on BugGuide. We're certain he would be happy to ID your bug and answer whatever questions you might have about it.

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