hypochilus thorellii, mcfarland spring cave, jackson county, alabama 3

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Based on the information I have available, I have identified this as the lampshade weaver. It most likely is a female about to lay eggs. These spiders build very distinctive webs in dry overhang rock shelters and cave entrances. There is very little usable information on the Internet.


title hypochilus thorellii, mcfarland spring cave, jackson county, alabama 3
date yyyymmdd hr:mn 2008:06:22 10:51:38
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