(Cork-lid Trapdoor Spiders)

The spider family Halonoproctidae, commonly known as Cork-lid Trapdoor Spiders, have been sighted 50 times by contributing members. Based on collected data, the geographic range for Halonoproctidae includes 2 countries and 13 states in the United States. Halonoproctidae is most often sighted outdoors, and during the month of January.

Taxonomic Hierarchy

  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Arthropoda
  • Class: Arachnida
  • Order: Araneae
  • Suborder: Mygalomorphae
  • Family: Halonoproctidae

Other Common Names

Cork-lid Trapdoor Spiders


Pocock, 1901

Sightings Overview

There have been 50 confirmed sightings of Halonoproctidae (Cork-lid Trapdoor Spiders), with the most recent sighting submitted on January 22, 2024 by Spider ID member ixhumes123. The detailed statistics below may not utilize the complete dataset of 50 sightings because of certain Halonoproctidae sightings reporting incomplete data.

  • Web: 4% of the time, Halonoproctidae spiders are sighted in a spider web (Sample size: 50)
  • Sex:¬†3 female and 22 male.
  • Environment:¬†Halonoproctidae has been sighted 45 times outdoors, and 10 times indoors.
  • Outdoors: Man-made structure (27). Low foliage (3). High foliage (1). Ground layer (10). Under rock or debris (1). Open field, pasture, grassland (2). Forest (1).

Location and Range

Halonoproctidae (Cork-lid Trapdoor Spiders) has been sighted in the following countries: Mexico, United States.

Halonoproctidae has also been sighted in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia.


Halonoproctidae has been primarily sighted during the month of January.

  • January: 14
  • February: 4
  • March: 6
  • April: 7
  • May: 3
  • June: 4
  • July: 1
  • August: 1
  • September: 2
  • October: 3
  • November: 2
  • December: 3

Genus: Bothriocyrtum

Genus: Cyclocosmia

Genus: Ummidia

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