Spiders in Tennessee

Spider ID has received 11 pictures across 4 unique spider species in Tennessee. 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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4 Spider Species Found

Tennessee Sightings
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Picture of Myrmekiaphila spp. (Wafer-lid Trapdoor Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Leucauge venusta (Orchard Orb-weaver) - Female - Lateral,Webs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Leucauge venusta (Orchard Orb-weaver) - Male - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Leucauge venusta (Orchard Orb-weaver) - Female - Lateral,Webs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Phidippus audax (Bold Jumper) - Female - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Platycryptus undatus (Tan Jumping Spider) - Male - Eyes Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Platycryptus undatus (Tan Jumping Spider) - Male - Dorsal Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Argiope aurantia (Black and Yellow Garden Spider) - Female - Dorsal,Webs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Argiope aurantia (Black and Yellow Garden Spider) - Female - Dorsal,Webs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Argiope aurantia (Black and Yellow Garden Spider) - Female - Dorsal,Webs Enlarge picture icon
Picture of Agelenopsis spp. (Grass Spiders) - Female - Eyes Enlarge picture icon