Agelenopsis pennsylvanica? Found in web inside a storage shed.
Definitely Agelenopsis. In areas where there are a number of Agelenopsis species (like NH), determining exactly which species is almost impossible without careful examination under a microscope.
Thanks! I’m trying to break myself from the obsession with knowing the exact species, since sometimes there isn’t one, especially with plants where genus is the most specific level. There wasn’t genomic testing, just fruit fly gel electrophoresis DNA testing back in my college days. I think we’re the same age 🙂 You looked at a taxonomic key and whatever it led to was the answer and that was that. I was struggling to identify a wildflower recently. I used Google Lens image recognition on the image and was very surprised when the result it gave me was two very… Read more »