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Agelenopsis - Agelenopsis oregonensis - female

Agelenopsis - Agelenopsis oregonensis - Female
Cowichan Valley, British Columbia, Canada
September 15, 2012
Size: ~13mm body length
Found in the folds of some vapor barrier, no web. She's pretty bloated, so maybe she was looking for a place to lay eggs? I've released her in a nicely sheltered area on that hunch.

I'm wondering if this might be A. oregonensis.

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Agelenopsis - Agelenopsis oregonensis - female Agelenopsis - Agelenopsis oregonensis - female Agelenopsis - Agelenopsis oregonensis - female Agelenopsis - Agelenopsis oregonensis - female Agelenopsis - Agelenopsis oregonensis - female

From Rod Crawford
Yes, the second one is a very clear A. oregonensis.

Moved from Spiders.

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