Ctenus captiosus

Featured spider picture The spider species Ctenus captiosus belongs to the genus Ctenus, in the family Ctenidae. Ctenus captiosus spiders have been sighted 6 times by contributing members. Based on collected data, the geographic range for Ctenus captiosus includes 1 countries and 1 states in the United States. Ctenus captiosus is most often sighted indoors, and during the month of April.

Taxonomic Hierarchy

  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Arthropoda
  • Class: Arachnida
  • Order: Araneae
  • Suborder: Araneomorphae
  • Family: Ctenidae
  • Genus: Ctenus
  • Species: Ctenus captiosus

Author

Gertsch, 1935

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Sightings Overview

There have been 6 confirmed sightings of Ctenus captiosus, with the most recent sighting submitted on April 8, 2019 by Spider ID member lauren-troise. The detailed statistics below may not utilize the complete dataset of 6 sightings because of certain Ctenus captiosus sightings reporting incomplete data.

  • Web: 0% of the time, Ctenus captiosus spiders are sighted in a spider web (Sample size: 6)
  • Sex: 0 female and 0 male.
  • Environment: Ctenus captiosus has been sighted 2 times outdoors, and 5 times indoors.
  • Outdoors: Man-made structure (1). Freshwater river, lake, stream (1).

Location and Range

Ctenus captiosus has been sighted in the following countries: United States.

Ctenus captiosus has also been sighted in the following states: Florida.

Seasonality

Ctenus captiosus has been primarily sighted during the month of April.

  • January:
  • February:
  • March: 1
  • April: 3
  • May: 1
  • June:
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  • November:
  • December: 1

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