|Site location map. Click to enlarge.|
|No cones at Everett CC!|
SW of Paine Field, Mukilteo
|Fallen cones at site SW of Paine Field|
|A pine grows in an industrial park|
|Juvenile Tegenaria in retreat in cone|
|Tiny salticids, 2.5 mm long|
*Update (17-Nov-2015): The salticid was Pseudeuophrys lanigera, a European species. Read more here.
*Update (25-Jan-2018): You can read our subsequent paper about P. lanigera in Washington state here or here.
East of Scriber Lake, Lynnwood
|A tiny green island in a sea of |
pavement and razor wire.
|Urban cones in Lynnwood|
|"Toothy" Erigone sp. male.|
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I also collected a juvenile Ozyptila sp. which had the same patterning and coloring as O. praticola. It was a tantalizing find because it indicates that the species is probably in the area, but doesn't prove it.
|Western white pine (Pinus monticola) terminal bud|