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  1. #911
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    Re: Post your spiders

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin W View Post
    Is this a Hobo Spider? They build funnel webs just like the very dangerous Funnel Web Spiders in Australia


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  2. #912
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    Re: Post your spiders

    I posted 2 kinds, the one with 4 pictures is a Furrow Spider and the other, I think, is a wolf spider. Both are very common in Kentucky and are not dangerous.
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  3. #913
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    My grandson spotted this spider and asked me to take it's picture. My camera was in the air conditioning at the time and when I brought it out the lens kept fogging up, hence the lack of sharpness. But I love the shadow it threw. This spider was very little but the shadow makes him look quite frightening.


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  4. #914
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    These 4 photos are of a Fishing Spider. Fishing spiders, such as the brownish-gray fishing spider, Dolomedes tenebrosus, are often found near or in water, but they also hunt in forests and, apparently, on my camper. Dolomedes do not build webs to capture prey. They roam freely and consume a variety of animals in and on water and on land. They can run across the surface of a pool or stream and actually dive and remain submerged for several minutes while they hunt and capture small fish and tadpoles using sharp claws and powerful fangs. Fishing spiders belong to a clan known as nursery web spiders, so called for their habit of building a small web to serve as the hatching place for tiny spiderlings that emerge from an egg sac.

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    I was at one of my favorite places to take bird photos at. After I was shooting a goldfinch I happened to look up and saw this spider wrapping up this dragonfly that got caught in the web. It went around it a few times and the dragonfly tried to flap its wings to get free. But to no avail. The spider then pulled it up to a leaf in a tree limb close by. Interesting to watch. I did not stick around to see it eat it.

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