Top 10 spiders in new hampshire
Long-Bodied:is one of the most common spiders in New Hampshire. You may know it by its other name, the “daddy long-legs” spider. It is a cosmopolitan species that lives in most parts of the world.
Black Lace Weaver:belongs to the three-clawed cribellate spider family Amaurobiidae. If you want to find these spiders in New Hampshire, your best bet is to look in dark.
Furrow Orb Weaver: Larinioides cornutus, is the second member of the family Araneidae to make our list of spiders in New Hampshire.
Flower Crab Spider: is more commonly known as the flower crab spider or the goldenrod crab spider. It belongs to the family Thomisidae and is one of the more common crab spiders in New Hampshire.
Long-Palped Ant:Castianeira longipalpa, belongs to the corinnid sac spider family Corinnidae. You can find these spiders in New Hampshire and throughout the eastern United States and Canada.
White-Jawed Jumping Spider:is a member of the jumping spider family Salticidae. It is one of the more distinctive-looking jumping spiders in New Hampshire and ranges throughout most of the u.s.
Triangulate Cobweb Spider:Steatoda triangulosa, also goes by the triangulate bud spider. It belongs to the cobweb spider family Theridiidae and ranges widely throughout North America, Europe, Russia.
Striped Fishing Spider: is a member of the fishing spider family Pisauridae. You can find these aquatic spiders in New Hampshire as well as throughout much of the United States and Canada.
Carolina Wolf Spider: is a member of the wolf spider family Lycosidae. It is one of the largest spiders in New Hampshire and is widely considered one of the largest wolf spiders in North America.
Hump-Backed Orb Weaver:Eustala anastera, belongs to the orb-weaver family Araneidae. You can find these oddly-shaped spiders in New Hampshire as well as throughout much of North and Central America.