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No actually I think you were right Emma on the side facing us it appears to be missing the second leg, you can see the stump where it should be......And, yes, definitely funnel web spider.
If you look carefully,half of the portion is inside the web . The two legs are probably in there.I agree with you that this is a funnel web spider.
There is one behind there but yes I think the side facing us might be missing one leg.
Apple,isn't this spider missing legs?
Per the website below, "Two species of funnel weavers are found in Missouri, Agelenopsis naevia and A. pennsylvanica. Although the former is usually larger and darker, their similar color patterns make them difficult to distinguish."
The wolf i spotted had four pair of legs and two fangs.
You can also try this page to identify as well:http://mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-...
Check this out....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agelenopsis
Actually this looks like a funnel-web spider not a wolf spider.
It's a wolf spider
Lat: 38.58, Long: -92.17
Spotted on Jul 16, 2010 Submitted on Mar 16, 2011