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When in vacaville, I spotted this spider scurrying around. it looked as is it had two rows of little tiny (Almost un-seen) dots on its rear end. It's egg-sack (Which it was carrying along with it, by dragging it while it was attached to his butt) looked almost like a white small pebble, but when you looked closer, it looked like a miniature ball of yarn. He was a dark brown color, and was extremely protective of his egg sack. He even tried to go down a crack in the ground, but the egg sack was too big, so he turned around and looked for a different hiding spot. It was a pretty warm day out when I saw him. The spider was also not all too big. It was about the size of a quarter.

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Posted by rowlands_courtney_3 about 4 years ago (Flag)
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EXCELLENT description Courtney.

Posted by protecthabitat about 4 years ago (Flag)
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Wolf Spiders - Photo (c) Farhan Bokhari, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
protecthabitat's ID: Wolf Spiders (Family Lycosidae)
Posted by protecthabitat about 4 years ago (Flag)
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Wolf Spiders - Photo (c) Farhan Bokhari, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
Community ID: Wolf Spiders (Family Lycosidae)
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