|Site location map. Click to enlarge.|
|Fallen Pinus nigra cones|
The only thomisids I found in these cones were a few juvenile Xysticus. Thus, no Ozyptila. Tenuiphantes tenuis and Tachygyna vancouverana were the most common identifiable species present, while juvenile Enoplognatha probably-ovata and Philodromus were numerous and widespread. A mishmash of other juvenile linyphiids, theridiids and agelenids made up the rest of the combined sample.
|Rain showers and sunshine created this beautiful rainbow in Sedro-Wooley|