Coras
(Funnel Web Spiders)

Picture ID 97715

Picture of Coras (Funnel Web Spiders) - Male - Dorsal

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This was found in our cabin in the Mississippi delta near Clarksdale

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TangledWeb

Tegenaria domestica? It is difficult to identify dead spiders, they change color and lose their characteristic posture and unbroken shape. I can tell from the markings that it isn’t one of the few spiders in North America that can be dangerous to people. They are: Black Widows, Brown Recluses, and maybe Brown Widows.

ItsyBitsy

Funnel Weaver (Agelenidae), Coras sp..

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