Picture ID 174588

Picture of unidentified spider

Comments & ID Thoughts

Lyssomanes viridis. These from my experience always exist in close numbers to Wulfila albins, when you are looking on Holly and Maple trees shrubs near Water. Closer to water the better. They are also fairly common in dead rolled up cigar or wrapped shapped leaves hanging from trees or on a fallen branch. Once you open up the leaf, they are very common as well as many Hibanas and Anyphaenas of Anyphaenidae and lots more families and genera in rolled up leaves, that are not soaking wet.

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  • Submitted: Mar 18, 2023
  • Photographed: Mar 19, 2023
  • Spider: Unidentified
  • Location: Anderson, South Carolina, United States
  • Spotted Outdoors: Low foliage (shrubs, herbs, garden, excluding flowers),Forest
  • Found in web?: No
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I’ve been checking rolled leaves, I haven’t found spiders yet this year. There seems to be insect larvae on those leaves, the spiders might be eating pupae and caterpillars . Happy Vernal Equinox!