Agelenidae
(Funnel Weavers)

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had a black strip going down its body.small to medium size body, walks kinda slow. it look like it had some fangs that i can see clearly. near garden .

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ItsyBitsy
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Funnel Weaver, cf. Hololena sp.. The short leg-like appendages near the spider’s mouth are pedipalps, not fangs.

BugmanDan
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Agree. here you can see my house guest Hololena, zoom in you just can see the fangs folded under the end of he mouth parts between the pedipalps.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/32083154@N02/8096669530/in/dateposted/

TangledWeb
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I see the chelacerae, but not the fangs themselves. Am I missing them?

TangledWeb
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Sorry Impact, I should have specified that I was asking Dan. When a comment is added it goes to everyone who has been in the conversation, it can be a bit messy. I don’t know why they aren’t in order of time passing. Maybe it goes by our local time zones.

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