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Both the female and male Grass Spiders measure 10-19mm in length, and have similar color patterns. The carapace has a central light medial stripe that is bordered by a pair of dark stripes. The abdomen is gray on the sides with a darker median stripe; this stripe is bordered by thin white stripes that may be broken posteriorly. Spinnerets are long, and the terminal segment is much longer than basal segment.


It is common in open areas, gardens, and woodlands

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Lenny2 10 years ago

The spider (2nd picture) is a grass spider (Agelenopsis).

Lenny2 10 years ago

You have multiple species for this spotting. You should remove pictures that are different species and post them to different spottings.

Boone County High School
Spotted by a stud ent at Boone County High School

Florence, Kentucky, USA

Spotted on Aug 30, 2013
Submitted on Aug 30, 2013

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