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Furrow Spider

Larinioides cornutus

Notes:

This spider was very tricky to photograph. My pants were covered in baby ticks, so I didn't have a lot of patience either. I tried going back later, but couldn't find it. I originally thought it was a brown widow, but I couldn't get a clear shot of its underside for the red hourglass. Also, I don't think they exist in this area? I've settled for furrow spider, though I'm hesitant because I read that they are nocturnal and I spotted him around 10am. Better ideas?

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audrey.m.archer
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audrey.m.archer

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, USA

Spotted on Aug 19, 2012
Submitted on Aug 20, 2012

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