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I'm a graduate student in Biology/Ecology at Utah State University.
I really like this picture
This loos like a member of the family Amaurobiidae. Species in this family are typically active at night and build their web in holes in walls or trees.
I would say Enoplognatha ovata, which belongs to the family Theridiidae.
Do you have any pictures of the dorsum of the abdomen? Based on your pictures I would suggest that this is Araneus praesignis
It's a weevil (order:coleoptera)
Nice picture! It looks like a Lynx spider (family Oxyopidae)
This is a member of the family Pholcidae (Cellar spiders)
This is definitely a Lynx spider (family Oxyopidae). I would say it is Peucetia viridans.
Done-thanks for letting me know.
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