Leaf Curling Spider
  Clubiona obesa  
Order: Araneae
Family: Clubionidae
 
Physical Characteristics
 
 
  Cephalothorax:      
More long than wide. Usually a pale brown to yellow color.    
Abdomen:    
Same color or slightly darker than the cephalothorax. Flattened and long.    
Legs:    
Prograde with two tarsi.    
Size:    
3.0-10.0 mm
   
Eye Pattern:
 
 
  Habitat:    
  On foliage and beneath leaf litter as well as beneath rocks and loose bark.
  Range:
    Widespread.  
         
 
         
  Web Type:    
  As wandering hunters they do not make webs but they do create silk sacs in rolled up leaves.  
       
Fun Fact:    
  The name Clubiona comes from Greek, meaning small cage, which refers to the rolled up leaves that they use as retreats for depositing eggs and molting.