Pisaurina spiders hunt in grassy areas and moist woods. They have no permanent web used as a home.
Description: The cephalothorax is a yellowish tan. It has a broad band with a dark center stripe running lengthwise. The abdomen continues the coloring and markings of the cephalothorax. The legs are yellowish-brown.
Habitat: This species lives in the eastern part of the United States.
Collection of the Illinois State Museum
Photograph by Bryan McGee
Accession #: NA
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