CLOSED: ummm, both wolf spiders?

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

1) with eggsac,
2) dont remember seeing one with long tail, and its hovering hard on apparently- eggs?

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Minot, ND

The first one is a wolf spider; the second one is a grass spider - looks like an Agelenopsis sp.

(Zone 7a)

The Wolf is covered in babies.

Melvindale, MI(Zone 5a)

I think I am mistaking funnel web spiders and grass spiders as wolf spiders. They all look very similar but it appears that the wolf spiders have a wider body.

Minot, ND

Funnel spiders have prominent spinnerets; those of wolf spiders are difficult to see in a dorsal view.

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

Wolf spiders? get HUGE. This grass spider was new to me, had one little spider I didnt take a pic of that was on my parsley-green abdomen, he had a small green 'inch worm' dangling under him, I gave him a cheer and left him be.

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