Spider Identification Guide by Gerald S. Wegner

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Eyes: eight small eyes grouped in a cluster. Body and legs usually hairy. Color: mostly black, brown and beige in North America north of Mexico. Body and legs usually hairy. Representative species of the Southwest are the Mexican redrump (black velvet) tarantula, Brachypelma vagans (also in Florida), desert (Arizona) blonde tarantula, Aphonopelma chalcodes, Texas brown tarantula, Aphonopelma hentzi, and California desert (ebony) tarantula, Aphonopelma eutylenum. Similar families: smaller, reclusive mygalomorphs, rarely encountered on developed properties, are the trapdoor spiders (Families Ctenizidae and Cyrtaucheniidae), folding door trap-door spiders (Family Antrodiaetidae), and purseweb spiders (Family Atypidae).

Eyes: eight small eyes closely grouped in a flattened oval or sideways “D” pattern. Abdomen elongate with a pair of long spinnerets. Colored yellowish-tan and brown. Legs long, fuzzy-looking and spiny, ending in three claws. Distribution About 300 species of funnelweavers occur in North America north of Mexico. Several species are European in origin. a. European house spider or domestic funnelweaver), Tegenaria domestica, are commonly found in and around buildings. The hobo spider, Tegenaria agrestis, occurs in the Pacific Northwest and has a (debatable) reputation for being aggressive.

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