Advertisement Yesterday, I spent the whole day on a collecting trip with Rod Crawford, the Arachnologist who works at The Burke Museum in Seattle, and Laurel! I think she also works at the museum or is a friend of his, she knew a lot about plants so probably the museum! We collected tons of spiders, all of which were new to me! He had found two other Microhexura specimens, so I asked him if I could keep this one, and he said sure! Maybe it's because I found him a huge male Antrodiaetus occultus. I had a ton of fun exploring Sun Top, WA. Anyways, this female is absolutely tiny and adorable. By the way, the green thing in the video is your average sized plastic craft bead. [YOUTUBE]bUyQsYA3OT8[/YOUTUBE] There is another species of Microhexura that lives in North Carolina, I think he said..and they are endangered. M.idahoana are found in Washington State, Oregon and Idaho. I found her underneath a chunk of moist wood, clinging to the sac.