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Photo#49116
Big Fuzzy Brown Spider - Hogna

Big Fuzzy Brown Spider - Hogna
McDonough, Henry County, Georgia, USA
April 21, 2006
Size: 1 1/2" to 2" body size -

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Moved
Moved from Hogna.

Moved
Moved from Hogna carolinensis.

It's a Carolina Wolf Spider
This is a big female Carolina Wolf Spider(Hogna carolinensis), which happens to be South Carolina's Official State Arachnid. I think we're the ONLY state with an Official State Arachnid.

Sharon McKenzie

 
moved
to guide page.

 
Another critter
Is that a mite or a daddy-long-legs/harvestman by the left front leg?

Wolf Spider
But I'm not sure of the exact species.

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