Spiders of North America Index
Live spiders photographed in the wild at
various North American locations.
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American Dog Tick - Dermacentor variabilis12/18/2014
Banded Garden Spider - Argiope trifasciata01/16/2015
Barn Funnel Weaver Spider - Tegenaria domestica01/18/2015
Black and Yellow Garden Spider - Argiope aurantia01/10/2015
Black Widow Spider - Latrodectus mactans01/17/2015
Blacklegged Tick or Deer Tick - Ixodes scapularis12/16/2014
Bold Jumping Spider - Phidippus audax01/17/2015
Bronze Jumping Spider - Eris militaris01/10/2015
Brown Recluse Spider - Loxosceles reclusa01/17/2015
Brown Widow Spider - Latrodectus geometricus01/17/2015
Cat-Faced Spider - Araneus gemmoides01/17/2015
Cellar Spider  - Pholcus manueli01/17/2015
Cobweb Spider - Enoplognatha ovata01/17/2015
Cobweb Spider - Steatoda triangulosa01/18/2015
Cobweb Spider - Theridion sp.01/18/2015
Common House Spider - Parasteatoda tepidariorum01/16/2015
Crab Spider - Synema parvulum01/16/2015
Crab Spider - Xysticus sp.01/14/2015
Crowned Orb Weaver - Araneus diadematus01/17/2015
Dimorphic Jumping Spider - Maevia inclemens01/14/2015
Eastern Parson Spider - Herpyllus ecclesiasticus01/14/2015
Family Philodromidae - Running Crab Spiders01/18/2015
Family Pholcidae - Vibrating Spiders 01/18/2015
Family Pisauridae - Nursery Web and Fishing Spiders01/17/2015
Family Salticidae - Jumping Spiders 01/18/2015
Family Tetragnathidae - Long-Jawed Orb Weavers01/17/2015
Family Theraphosidae - Tarantula Spiders 01/18/2015
Family Theridiidae - Cobweb Spiders01/18/2015
Family Thomisidae - Crab spiders 01/18/2015
Fishing Spider - Dolomedes sp.01/12/2015
Funnel Weaver Spider - Agelenopsis sp.01/11/2015
Furrow Orb Weaver Spider - Larinioides cornutus01/17/2015
Golden Crab spider - Misumenoides formocipes01/16/2015
Grass Spider - Agelenopsis sp.01/18/2015
Green Lynx Spider - Peucetia viridans01/17/2015
Hackled Orb Weaver Spider - Uloborus glomosus01/18/2015
Harvestman - Daddy Longlegs12/22/2014
Harvestman - Odiellus pictus12/22/2014
Humpback Orb Weaver Spider - Eustala sp.01/16/2015
Jumping Spider - Habronattus decorus01/11/2015
Jumping Spider - Hentzia mitrata01/09/2015
Jumping Spider - Hentzia palmarum01/10/2015
Jumping Spider - Phanias species01/09/2015
Jumping Spider - Phidippus clarus01/17/2015
Jumping spider - Phidippus mystaceus01/10/2015
Jumping Spider - Phidippus otiosus01/08/2015
Jumping Spider - Phidippus princeps01/17/2015
Jumping Spider - Phidippus princeps Male01/10/2015
Jumping Spider - Platycryptus undatus01/09/2015
Jumping Spider - Thiodina Sylvana01/08/2015
Jumping Spider - Tutelina sp.01/17/2015
Lattice Orb Weaver Spider - Araneus thaddeus01/17/2015
Lone Star Tick - Amblyomma americanum12/16/2014
Long- Jawed Orbweaver Spider - Tetragnatha laboriosa01/18/2015
Long-Jawed Orb Weaver Spider - Tetragnatha straminea01/17/2015
Long-Jawed Orb Weaver Spider- Tetragnatha elongata01/17/2015
Lynx Spider - Oxyopes salticus01/17/2015
Magnolia Green Jumper - Lyssomanes viridis01/17/2015
Male Marbled Orb Weaver Spider - Araneus marmoreus01/16/2015
Marbled Orb Weaver Spider - Araneus marmoreus01/17/2015
Marlin's Law - How to measure your bugs01/17/2015
North American Insects and Spiders / Tree Encyclopedia01/16/2015
Northern Crab Spider - Mecaphesa asperata01/17/2015
Nursery Web Spider -  Pisaurina mira01/17/2015
Nursery Web Spider with egg sac- Pisaurina sp.01/17/2015
Orb Weaver Spider - Mangora placida01/17/2015
Orb Weaver Spider - Neoscona arabesca01/15/2015
Orb Weaver Spider - Neoscona crucifera01/15/2015
Orb Weaver Spiders - Family Araneidae01/16/2015
Pirate Wolf Spider - Pirata sp.01/18/2015
Red Velvet Mite - Trombidium sp.12/16/2014
Sheetweb Spider - Drapetisca alteranda01/18/2015
Soldier Fly - Actina viridis12/16/2014
Spiders of North America01/17/2015
Spiders of North America Index01/18/2015
Spined Micrathena - Micrathena gracilis01/17/2015
Venusta Orchard Spider - Leucage venusta01/18/2015
Wolf Spiders - Family Lycosidae01/18/2015
Zebra Jumping Spider - Salticus scenicus01/08/2015
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Class Arachnida / Order Araneae: Spiders are the largest group of arachnids.  They are easily recognized by their eight legs, and there are few creatures great or small that elicit such irrational fear in mankind. The vast majority of spiders are completely harmless and offer beneficial services, chief of which is keeping the burgeoning insect population in check.
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