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Longjawed Orbweaver

Anderson Center

Red Wing, Minnesota

Longjawed Orbweaver

on Lady Fern

Anderson Center

Red Wing, Minnesota

Longjawed Orbweavers (Tetragnatha sp.)

TEXAS: San Jacinto Co.

Big Creek Scenic Area in Sam Houston National Forest @ USF 217

Coldspring, 6.4 mi NW

19-July-2015

J.C. Abbott #2767 & K.K. Abbott

I really love the colors on these beautiful spiders. View embiggened for more lovely colors.

 

Leucauge venusta

 

Arachtober 5, 2010

The wife spotted this little one (body about 3mm) in the irises.

The Underbelly

 

Probably the most colorful spider in these parts.

Bemidji, Minnesota

July 2014

A female long-jawed orbweaver spider (family Tetragnathidae, genus Tetragnatha) found on sedges at the edge of Lake Beltrami. longjawed orbweavers and their webs are a common site along the water's edge.

Leucauge venusta

 

Arachtober 21, 2010

These Long-jawed Orb-weaver Spiders are difficult to identify, but I think this is either Tetragnatha extensa or Tetragnatha montana. Any help would be appreciated.

 

These spiders have long slim bodies, and usually found in vegetation close to ground level and frequently close to water. This spider typically made its web horizontally over a pond, so as to catch newly emerging insects.

 

'Tetragnatha' literally means four jaws, and these spiders do have some seriously large chelicerae, that are hinged with fangs at the tips, and when mating the male has to lock his jaws on the females to prevent her eating him!

 

When disturbed these spiders lie flat out with their legs stretched out in a straight line. allowing them to hide behind thin grasses. and escape predation.

 

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113in2013 52 Cobweb

ODC May 1 - Heroes & Villains

 

Spiders are often seen as villains but in reality they are heroes, especially in the garden, by trapping and consuming many pesky insects.

 

This one is in my garden, hanging around in the rhubarb, waiting for the unsuspecting.

 

I think it's a Tetragnatha elongata (Longjawed Orbweaver) Please correct me if I'm wrong.

 

Explored.

31 Arachtober 2013 - Halloween Blitz 2 of 4

 

Orchard Orb Weaver, Leucauge venusta

Great Falls, MD

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longjawed orbweavers

Genus Tetragnatha

Now you know how to say "pretty spider" in Slovak. =)

 

Orchard Orbweaver, Leucauge venusta

Alexandria, VA

I came accross a colony of LARGE longjawed orbweavers at a nearby park. I was stunned to see some many large females and a couple of (much smaller) males. Sort of a longjawed shindig, it would seem. This one was suspended in front of me with blue sky behind it. The flash version of this was ok, but I liked it with the natural light better, even though it's mostly just a silhouette.

Orchard Orbweaver, Leucauge venusta

Arachtober the 21st (B) - Tetragnatha - Longjawed Orbweaver

Longjawed Orbweaver

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Longjawed Orbweavers (Tetragnatha)

 

Here are some links

bugguide.net/node/view/28584

australianmuseum.net.au/image/Male-tetragnathid-spider-on...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Tetragnathid_closeup.jpg

Don't know what kind this one is. Pretty cool though.

Likely same on from last pic.

Matthaei Botanical Gardens

A 'Long-Jawed Orb Weaver'

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