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Nursery Web Spider - Pisaurina mira Approximately 4 cm long (including legs). It had a darkish brown stripe down its cephalothorax and abdomen that was lightly lined with white.<br />
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Spotted resting in vegetation in a large meadow.<br />
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Spotted resting in vegetation in a large meadow.<br />
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Nursery Web Spider - Pisaurina mira

Approximately 4 cm long (including legs). It had a darkish brown stripe down its cephalothorax and abdomen that was lightly lined with white.

Spotted resting in vegetation in a large meadow.

Nursery Web Spider - Pisaurina mira Approximately 4 cm long (including legs). It had a darkish brown stripe down its cephalothorax and abdomen that was lightly lined with white.<br />
<br />
Spotted resting in vegetation in a large meadow.<br />
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''Pisaurina mira'' is a species of spider in the family Pisauridae, the members of which are commonly called "nursery web spiders." They are similar to wolf spiders and to the long-legged water spiders . The best way to distinguish the Pisauridae from other Families is by observing their eye patterns.

Like other members of the Pisauridae, ''Pisaurina mira'' carries its eggs along with it in a sac that is secured both by a thread of silk linking it to the spider's spinnerets and by being.. more

Similar species: Spiders
Species identified by Christine Young
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By Christine Young

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Uploaded Jun 13, 2018. Captured Jun 12, 2018 10:37 in Main St S, Southbury, CT 06488, USA.
  • Canon EOS 80D
  • f/5.0
  • 1/395s
  • ISO100
  • 100mm