Had the chance to take a look at her cribellate silk. I lured her out of her nest with an ant. -feeling kinda guilty for that-
Was found out of her nest creating some cribellate silk. Kinda hard to take photos of this species, is very evasive.
Can anyone ID? Spiders are not my field. This one definitely caught my eye as i hadn't seen it before.
Era una araña con patas muy largas y con el cuerpo largo y en forma de rombo. De color negro y era de noche.
Pima County, Arizona, US
Male southern house spider
The crevice weaver spiders (super-family Filistatoidea, family Filistatidae) contain primitive cribellate spiders. They are haplogyne weavers of funnel or tube webs. The family contains 17 genera and more than hundred described species worldwide. One of the most abundant members of this family in the Americas is the Southern house spider (Kukulcania hibernalis). Named after the fierce Meso-American god Kukulkan, the females are large (up to nearly 20 mm) dark-colored spiders and males are light brown, smaller (about...