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Spider about 5 inches big.
Found him living inside a dead tree stump.
I wasn't sure if I was right, I wanted a confirmation before i changed it.
It is indeed a wold spider aqueous.solubility! When you know the identity of your own spotting you should go into edit & add the common & scientific names (the scientific name for the wolf spider family is Lycosa but you should be able to search the scientific name for any species that you know the common name of using Google) I would suggest you put Lycosa sp. in the scientific name box as it is possible someone with in the community might be able to further narrow down the species. There is no need to add an ID suggestion to your own spottings as you can complete the details directly in the spotting using edit.
I think this might be a Wolf Spider
Lat: 37.69, Long: -97.34
Spotted on Apr 12, 2012 Submitted on Apr 12, 2012