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Agalenidæ

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Long-legged, brown spiders, with two spinnerets longer than the others, and extending out behind the body. Figure is Agalena nævia, the common grass spider.

They make flat webs, with a funnel-shaped tube at one side, in which the spider waits.

Author
The Structure and Habits of Spiders
Author: James Henry Emerton
Published in 1883
Available from gutenberg.or
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