This individual had a large web in an agave. It's body length was nearly an inch, and while not visible in the pictures, it had the long spinnerets that distinguish the genera Agelenenopsis and Calilena.
Calilena are generally grayer and tend to build their funnlewebs under debris and close to the ground while western Agelenopsis are more tan and generally build large webs that are elevated with a wide, deep funnel retreat.
A widespread, introduced species in California.
While introduced to California, the Red-eared slider is widespread and established, especially in southern California's suburban and urban wetlands.
Visiting Narrow-leaf Milkweed, Asclepias fascicluaris.
Female Long-bodied Cellar Spider (family Pholcidae). These spiders are native to central Europe but have been introduced around the world and are now one of the most common household spiders throughout much of United States. This one was found under the eaves of a display kiosk at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden.