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Family Halonoproctidae - Cork-lid trapdoor spiders


. - Bothriocyrtum californicum - male aphonpelma sp?  - Bothriocyrtum californicum Spider - Bothriocyrtum californicum Bothriocyrtum californicum - female Bothriocyrtum californicum? - Bothriocyrtum californicum California trapdoor spider - Bothriocyrtum californicum - male Mature Male California Trapdoor Spider (Bothriocyrtum californicum) - Bothriocyrtum californicum - male Mature Male California Trapdoor Spider (Bothriocyrtum californicum) - Bothriocyrtum californicum - male

Trap door spider? - Cyclocosmia truncata - female Ravine Trapdoor Spider - Cyclocosmia truncata - female Ravine Trapdoor Spider - Cyclocosmia truncata - female trapdoor spider? - Cyclocosmia truncata Ravine Trapdoor Spider - Nashville, TN, USA - Cyclocosmia truncata - female Ravine Trapdoor Spider - Nashville, TN, USA - Cyclocosmia truncata - female Ravine Trapdoor Spider Burrow - Cyclocosmia truncata Ravine Trapdoor Spider - Cyclocosmia truncata - male

Hebestatis theveneti - female Hebestatis theveneti - male Hebestatis theveneti - male Hebestatis theveneti - female Hebestatis theveneti - female Hebestatis theveneti - female Hebestatis theveneti - female Hebestatis theveneti - female

Unidentified spider - Ummidia Texas Spider - Ummidia SPider - Ummidia Two spiders about 50 mm in length - two within a yard of each other - Ummidia Ground Spider? - Ummidia Euctenizidae? - Ummidia Is this the venomous kind of Australian mouse spider (Missulena something?) or.... nothing to worry about? - Ummidia Ummidia