Borderland State Park   2 comments

Pine needles

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Linyphia triangularis?  But it could also be Frontinella or Neriene.  Linyphiidae, at any rate.

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This could be Haplandrus fulvipes.  Except that it was pointed out to me that Xylopinus also has a red-legged race (see this and this).  So, well, $@&!! that ID.  Note the large numbers of mites on the poor thing.

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Posted 2018-09-03 by gaurav1729 in Uncategorized

2 responses to “Borderland State Park

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  1. beautiful macro images. I appreciate the insects where we see the details very well

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