Spiders

62 phtos of spiders found in my house or just outside it. They represent 14 families, 21 genera, and at least 21 species. Not all have been identified to species.
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Grass Spider (Agelonopsis species) Female in Web Photographed in my Brighton NY yard on Sep. 9, 2013. Although the web is not as elegant as that of an orbweaver, it is quite complex. Arachnids (Arachnida) »...
Grass Spider (Agelonopsis species) Female in Web
Photographed in my Brighton NY yard on Sep. 9, 2013. Although the web is not as elegant as that of an orbweaver, it is quite complex. Arachnids (Arachnida) »…
Grass Spider (Agelonopsis species) Male Photographed in my Brighton, NY yard on Sep 3, 2013. He was near the web of the female in the previous photo. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True...
Grass Spider (Agelonopsis species) Male
Photographed in my Brighton, NY yard on Sep 3, 2013. He was near the web of the female in the previous photo. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True…
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis) Female in Web (Dorsal) Photographed on Sep 5, 2009. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Funnel-Web Spiders (Agelenidae) » Grass...
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis) Female in Web (Dorsal)
Photographed on Sep 5, 2009. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Funnel-Web Spiders (Agelenidae) » Grass…
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis) in Web (Ventral) Photographed on Sep 5, 2009. This is another view of the spider in the previous photo. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae)...
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis) in Web (Ventral)
Photographed on Sep 5, 2009. This is another view of the spider in the previous photo. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae)…
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis) This male was photographed on Sep. 5, 2009. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Funnel-Web Spiders...
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis)
This male was photographed on Sep. 5, 2009. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Funnel-Web Spiders…
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis species) with Prey Photographed on Aug. 10, 2010. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Funnel-Web Spiders (Agelenidae) » grass...
Grass Spider (Agelenopsis species) with Prey
Photographed on Aug. 10, 2010. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Funnel-Web Spiders (Agelenidae) » grass…
Neoscona crucifera Female Dorsal Photographed on Sep. 30, 2012. Body length=13 mm. Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Orb Weavers (Araneidae) » Spotted Orbweavers...
Neoscona crucifera Female Dorsal
Photographed on Sep. 30, 2012. Body length=13 mm. Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) » Entelegynes » Orb Weavers (Araneidae) » Spotted Orbweavers…
Neoscona crucifera Female Frontal Photographed on Sep. 30, 2012. Body length=13 mm. This is another view of the spider in the previous photo. Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) »...
Neoscona crucifera Female Frontal
Photographed on Sep. 30, 2012. Body length=13 mm. This is another view of the spider in the previous photo. Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) »…
Neoscona crucifera Female Ventral Photographed on Sep. 30, 2012. Body length=13 mm. This is another view of the spider in the previous photo. Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) »...
Neoscona crucifera Female Ventral
Photographed on Sep. 30, 2012. Body length=13 mm. This is another view of the spider in the previous photo. Spiders (Araneae) » True Spiders (Araneomorphae) »…
Cross Orbweaver Female (Araneus diadematus) Lateral Photographed on Aug. 31, 2010. This is an introduced species that may be the most common local orbweaver. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True...
Cross Orbweaver Female (Araneus diadematus) Lateral
Photographed on Aug. 31, 2010. This is an introduced species that may be the most common local orbweaver. Arachnids (Arachnida) » Spiders (Araneae) » True…