A crane fly flew into this spider's web while I was walking by.
Saw this little orange looking spider hanging of a web in my backyard
Note long spiky hairs on each leg.
You'll just have to take my word on the ID - the photo turned out really dark and it ran off before I could take a better one.
On wet sandy gravel of small creek. Poor shot but markings look like this particular Lycosid wolf spider.
I was passing by Humber lakeshore trails and I spotted this spider. Its brown greyish in colour.
This little black spider had an orange dot on his lower back with two white dots under it.
Several large funnel web spiders (not sure of the identification) were observed at Harbor Island, Aransas Pass, Texas.
I estimate the spiders measured up to 50 mm (2 in) long, and their funnel webs were at least 30 cm (1 ft) in diameter.
The photos show several, possibly three different funnel webs, but hopefully all representing the same species of spider. If I made a mistake, I will gladly split the record into more than one species.
All of the spiders observed were seen during a hike about 2 km long, near the Aransas ship channel.
This spider has an impressive web built in the corner.
this is her leaf, photos of her on it in the morning and at night still on it