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sheryl30535
Demorest, GA

October 1, 2012
10:13 AM

Post #9292228

Please help identify this spider found in a flower bed in Nashville, TN area. It had a large sac attached, I assume it is an egg sac.

Thanks for your help!

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Flapdoodle
Minot, ND

October 1, 2012
10:28 AM

Post #9292257

Wolf spider - females carry the egg sac until the eggs hatch; the young spiders may then ride on her back for a while. They are not dangerous.

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