I think this is a Agelenopsis aperta
Based on location and the web design. I think this is a Agelenopsis aperta
Out of range. This is a funnel weaver. Actually, it looks more like Eratigena sp. I will try to get more shots tomorrow. Thanks!
Agelenopsis aperta is found in California. https://bugguide.net/node/view/2001 all the way down till you see range.
But that is a ground spider. This is quite a bit different and is more a labyrinth web builder. Up on fence. Not long legged.
Ok I do see your point. What genus you think it is?
I dunno. We are not supposed to have hobo spiders but it sure looks like one!
This one has me stunned tbh with you.
I just looked at all of that too. Maybe something in genus Schizocosa ?https://spiderid.com/spider/lycosidae/schizocosa/mccooki/ I got an error message on Bugguide, love it – they use the error message to ask for donations to improve the coding and infrastructure for their site. 🙂
Lol I just created an account on BugGuide
This spider stuns me and not many spiders stun me.
I think it may be genus Agelenopsis after all, but not sure aperta.
I’m looking at the labyrinth weavers. Length is about 1/4” , body length.
Okay- what do you all think of Hololena tentativa (Agelenidae)? I think she fits a bit better in this genus.
With 30 species, this will be impossible to know for sure, but I am going to settle with Hololena curta. Think that’s as close as I can get. IT is called the corner funnel weaver, and I found her in a corner with funnel. I guess it is medically significant too. Interesting. What do you think? Bugguide has a good image. Size is right.
Western Ageleninae, cf. Hololena, there are a few other similar genera I can’t rule out in CA. https://bugguide.net/node/view/90446
Thx for your help!
I need you 2 take a look at my photos plz and see if I got the right ID
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Ok that´s fine I hope you feel better 🙂