Spiders in British Columbia

Spider ID has received 17 pictures across 11 unique spider species in British Columbia. It is important to remember that spiders are not bound by the territorial lines decided on by humans, therefore their distribution is subject to change. Occasionally, spiders can be found well outside of their known range due to being intentionally or accidentally transported by humans in cars, luggage, and other belongings.

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11 Spider Species Found

British Columbia Sightings
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Picture of Callobius severus - Female - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Araneus diadematus (Cross Orb-weaver) - Female - Lateral,Webs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Eratigena atrica (Giant House Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Misumena vatia (Golden-rod Crab Spider) - Female - Eyes Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Castianeira walsinghami - Female - Dorsal,Egg Sacs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Eratigena atrica (Giant House Spider) - Male Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Hexura picea - Female - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Antrodiaetus pacificus - Male - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Antrodiaetus pacificus - Female - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Latrodectus hesperus (Western Black Widow) - Female - Eyes Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Latrodectus hesperus (Western Black Widow) - Female - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Latrodectus hesperus (Western Black Widow) - Female - Ventral Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Agelenopsis potteri - Female - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Eratigena agrestis (Hobo Spider) - Female - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Castianeira longipalpa - Female - Dorsal,Egg Sacs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Araneus diadematus (Cross Orb-weaver) - Female - Eyes Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Araneus diadematus (Cross Orb-weaver) - Genitalia Enlarge picture icon