Spiders

Literally ran into this one’s silk and started carrying her along.
Zebra Jumping Spider, fairly common, which may be because they are relatively easy to identify.
Six-spotted Orbweaver, although I could only get pictures from the underside. About eye-level in a tree.
Common Spitting Spider. A neighbor.
Pholcus genus spider with something else alive. Actually, this larval (?) may have got the better of the contact: the next day, two spider legs were still attached to it, and it moved several inches.
Wolf spider, I think.

1 Response to “Spiders”


  1. 1 Monica Murphy June 4, 2020 at 8:46 am

    Good morning. Spiders aren’t my favorite but they fascinate me.


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