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Six-spotted Fishing Spider

Waiting for dinner to arrive ... Turtle Pond, Albrights Corner, May 17, 2017. Dolomedes triton

Started by Jimmy Dee

3 May 19, 2017
Reply by Gail Taylor

a new to me Jumper

Fredericton, north side U_Pick; April 29 2017 This little guy was hiding on a tree trunk; twisted his face around to get ready to attack me…

Started by Tony

2 Apr 30, 2017
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

Ant-like Jumping Spider

I was having coffee and reading the Globe-and-Mail when I got a frantic call from my 19-year-old daughter: There's a bug on my ceiling!" I…

Started by Chris Adam

3 Aug 20, 2015
Reply by Stuart Tingley

Six-spotted Fishing Spider

Saw this long legged spider scooting across a large puddle near Minto on June 25, 2015. This was at the Strip Mine Lake that we refer to. I…

Started by Jimmy Dee

4 Jun 26, 2015
Reply by Jimmy Dee

Spider and syrphid fly

May 18 2015, Scotch Lake. Image also under Diptera The spider is a male Goldenrod Crab Spider, Misumena vatia

Started by Tony

0 May 18, 2015

House Spider

Found in the house today, April 1 2015. It is a good match for a Black-footed Spider, Cheiracanthium mildei; body length about 5mm

Started by Tony

1 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Martin Turgeon

Spiders with and without egg sacs

Fredericton Botanical Gardens, 5 Sep 14. 1. This large brown crab spider was hiding under aster leaves, with legs spread out and ready to p…

Started by Chris Adam

5 Sep 9, 2014
Reply by Joanne Savage

Just a cute spider [ID'd possible jumper]

Saw this fellow at Upper Gaspereau June 28, 2014. Was kind of antish looking from the top and was quite small. Anyhow, I thought it was coo…

Started by Jimmy Dee

2 Jun 29, 2014
Reply by Jimmy Dee

Fishing Spider - April 15, 2014 [edited - Wolf Spider - Pardosa sp]

[edited - strikethrough wrong Genus - not a Fishing Spider] Saw this at Cap Lumiere on rocks not far from the ocean. I believe it to be Ge…

Started by Jimmy Dee

2 Apr 16, 2014
Reply by Jimmy Dee


I think this is Banded Argiope. Denis Doucet has one on Bug Guide from Kouch. N.P.

Started by Anne Marsch

6 Oct 12, 2013
Reply by Anne Marsch


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