Hacklemesh weaver the hacklemesh weaver spider builds a tangled mess of spider silk into a fluffy web that traps insects this small brown spider is sometimes mistaken for a brown recluse but it lacks the dark violin silhouette in addition hacklemesh weavers have a lighter pattern of chevrons on their abdomen not seen in the brown recluse . Hackledmesh weaver spiders amaurobius and callobius species the amaurobiidae superficially resemble the previous spiders the funnel weavers in the family agelenidae in fact two genera in agelenidae coras and wadotes have recently been transferred to the amaurobiids bringing the number of genera in this family to thirteen description amaurobiidae have eight eyes that are similar in . Hacklemesh weaver spiders or hackledmesh weaver callobius bennetti belong to the callobius family which is a spider genus in the family amaurobiidae amaurobiidae is a family of spiders also known as tangled nest spiders night spiders or hacklemesh weavers. Subject hacklemesh weaver spider location central new york july 7 2014 653 pm my mom found this spider in her ice cream churn that she kept in her basement and asked me to identify if it was dangerous or not i took some pictures of it and released it into a pile of slate outside from what i can tell im pretty sure it is a female hacklemesh weaver spider
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