Webnesday (34)

I had not expected to be able to do another Webnesday post for a while, but last week I noticed this little black-footed (aka yellow-sac) spider (Cheiracanthium mildiae) that had Black-footed spider 490Black-footed spider 503settled into a secluded corner, and when she didn’t appear to have moved in several days, I enticed her into a box and relocated her to the outdoor plants that we have moved indoors for the winter, in the hope that she’ll find happier hunting grounds.  Good luck, little one!

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3 Responses to Webnesday (34)

  1. Mike Powell says:

    A spider in December? That certainly was not something that I expected to see, Gary. Best wishes for a wonderful 2016.

  2. krikitarts says:

    I was happy to help, and hope that I did. She settled down into a whorl of leaves and wove a small web about herself, but she’s no longer there, so I presume she’s prowling around. I wish you a great New Year too, Mike.

  3. Vicki says:

    I’m afraid I was not so generous and kind to the caterpillars in my life, Gary. I sent them on their way to plants far away (I hope).
    Hope you and your family enjoy a safe and healthy start to 2016 and look forward to seeing many more of your nature observations and images in the future.

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