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kueda

Date

July 1, 2015 09:08 PM PDT

Description

This one used lichen in its turret construction, a choice that we endorsed whole-heartedly. Also, Trent is the best turret tickler ever.

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July 1, 2015 10:26 PM PDT

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beartracker

Date

March 14, 2015

Place

Redway, CA (Google, OSM)

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damontighe

Date

April 5, 2015 02:00 PM PDT

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direbecca

Date

April 4, 2015

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devonatbouverie

Date

April 4, 2015 03:10 PM PDT

Description

About a centimeter in width, it is home to the turret spider, who only comes out at night

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tsummers

Date

April 4, 2015 03:08 PM PDT

Description

Turret spider nest

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bjoelle

Date

March 26, 2015 09:30 AM PDT

Description

At the base of a Doug Fir. Can't remember What makes these?

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keimwj

Date

March 22, 2014 02:22 PM EDT

Description

22 Mar 2014.
Susquehanna State Park - Lapidum Landing, Harford Co, MD.
Female.
5.9 mm head-abdomen.
Found in a shallow chamber in the earth under a rock in the woods.
ID courtesy of Laura P.:
bugguide.net/node/view/902889

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icosahedron

Date

March 16, 2015 01:16 PM PDT

Description

I guess this is a spider burrow: a conical silk-lined structure incorporating forest debris. Seen in a forest of Douglas Fir and Coast Redwood.

Several others were nearby with smaller apertures; the fourth photo is one of these.

Similar structures with the Foldingdoor Spider Anthrodiaetus riversi have been posted from Pepperwood.

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dominic

Date

March 14, 2015

Description

Richard showed us a whole bunch of these structures.

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mmhalbur

Date

February 20, 2015 11:38 AM PST
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Description from Wikipedia

Antrodiaetus is a spider genus in the family Antrodiaetidae with species found in the United States and Japan.

No range data available.