Arizona Spider Identification

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    spider
  • Any object resembling a spider, esp. one having numerous or prominent legs or radiating spokes
  • predatory arachnid with eight legs, two poison fangs, two feelers, and usually two silk-spinning organs at the back end of the body; they spin silk to make cocoons for eggs or traps for prey
  • An eight-legged predatory arachnid with an unsegmented body consisting of a fused head and thorax and a rounded abdomen. Spiders have fangs that inject poison into their prey, and most kinds spin webs in which to capture insects
  • Used in names of similar or related arachnids, e.g., sea spider, sun spider
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arizona spider identification
arizona spider identification - Common Dragonflies
Common Dragonflies of the Southwest
Common Dragonflies of the Southwest
Pocket-size paperback with all the information needed to help you determine what species of Southwestern dragonfly or damselfly you are seeing.
Includes ALL the Southern California dragonflies and all the common Arizona dragonflies, Nevada dragonflies, Utah dragonflies, New Mexico dragonflies, Colorado dragonflies & those dragonflies that are common in Northern California.
129 species of Dragonflies and Damselflies.
~350 full-color photographs
Photos of all males, most females. (ALL new photos)
Addtional black & white line drawings illustrate damselfly appendages.
Includes descriptions of males, females, habitat, flight periods and distribution.
Checklist of ALL 189 SW species included.
Companion website shows more photos, descriptions, & links to geographic distribution maps.

Ghost Spider
Ghost Spider
This ghost spider, Arachosia cubana, defied identification for quite some time. Initial consensus was a species of Tibellus, in an entirely different family. Thanks to Volado Arrabal for setting us all straight. The spider was prowling the sheet at Margarethe Brummermann's blacklight in the Chiricahua Mountains, a trip which I was fortunate to be a part of.
Wolf Spider (big)
Wolf Spider (big)
You can't make a conclusive identification of a large wolf spider like this without at least an image of the underside. This was an enormous specimen, so hey, you turn her over! Hogna carolinensis is the collective best guess.
arizona spider identification
arizona spider identification
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