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. 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. Hacklemesh weaver male callobius bennetti tending its messy web the hacklemesh weaver is a large and fleshy reddish brown spider that has a leg span about the diameter of a quarter this spider makes its home outside underneath rocks and wood debris as well as around porch lights door frames and windows. The spider species metaltella simoni commonly known as hacklemesh weaver belongs to the genus metaltella in the family desidae metaltella simoni spiders have been sighted 62 times by contributing members based on collected data the geographic range for metaltella simoni includes 2 countries and 6 states in the united states. Pretty sure this is a specimen of a hacklemesh weaver known as metaltella simoni crevice weaver spider 23 desidae 1 false wolf green lynx 49 ground spiders and ant mimics 27 hacklemesh weavers 8 huntsman spiders and giant crab spiders 123 jumping spiders 129 ladybird spiders 12 longjawed orbweavers 26 net casting
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