Anyphaenidae (Ghost Spiders)

The spider family Anyphaenidae, commonly known as Ghost Spiders, have been sighted 120 times by contributing members. Based on collected data, the geographic range for Anyphaenidae includes 6 countries and 23 states in the United States. Anyphaenidae is most often sighted indoors , and during the month of May .

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Taxonomic Hierarchy

  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Arthropoda
  • Class: Arachnida
  • Order: Araneae
  • Suborder: Araneomorphae
  • Family: Anyphaenidae

Common Name (AAS )

Ghost Spiders

Other Common Names

Anyphaenid Sac Spiders

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Sightings Overview

There have been 120 confirmed sightings of Anyphaenidae (Ghost Spiders), with the most recent sighting submitted on April 13, 2020 by Spider ID member lory . The detailed statistics below may not utilize the complete dataset of 120 sightings because of certain Anyphaenidae sightings reporting incomplete data.

  • Web: 9% of the time, Anyphaenidae spiders are sighted in a spider web (Sample size: 120)
  • Sex:  4 female and 38 male.
  • Environment:  Anyphaenidae has been sighted 48 times outdoors, and 75 times indoors.
  • Outdoors: Man-made structure (38). Low foliage (1). High foliage (5). Ground layer (2). Forest (2).

Location and Range

Anyphaenidae (Ghost Spiders) has been sighted in the following countries: Canada, Estonia, Mexico, Norway, United Kingdom, United States.

Anyphaenidae has also been sighted in the following states: Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia.

Seasonality

Anyphaenidae has been primarily sighted during the month of May.

  • February: 11
  • September: 3
  • November: 1
  • December: 3

Genus: Anyphaena

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Genus: Hibana

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Recently, Sean found a lovely pale spider in his mother’s garden in Victoria. Neither of us recognized it, and after a bit of research, I was able to identify it as a member of the family Anyphaenidae . Spiders in this family are called ghost spiders, and this is the first one I have ever encountered. She is now living in a petri dish on our bookshelf, and has made herself a cozy silk retreat inside a curled leaf.

Anyphaena aperta female   (missing her left front leg) photo: Sean McCann

Not much is known about the natural history of these secretive spiders. Apparently they are generally nocturnal hunters that spend their days in their silken retreats. Apart from building these “sleep sacs” under leaves or rocks (and of course spinning egg sacs), ghost spiders don’t have much use for silk.

Anyphaena accentuata in her silken retreat under a leaf. Photo: Ferran Turmo Gort (licensed under  CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 )

Ghost spider body forms and lifestyles are similar to those of the sac spiders (family Clubionidae), and in fact they used to be considered clubionids. They also have some similarities to ground spiders in the family Gnaphosidae. Members of all three families are wanderers with prominent spinnerets. Luckily for me and others without regular access to a microscope, there are some fairly obvious characteristics that help distinguish Anyphaenidae from other spider families.

Less reliable, but easier to see, is the eye arrangement .

Ground spiders in the family Gnaphosidae often have some oval eyes , whereas anyphaenids’ eyes are all round.

A ground spider in the genus Zelotes (Gnaphsosidae) with her lovely pink egg sac. Note the barrel-shaped spinnerets. I know you can’t really see her eyes – click the link above for a drawing. Photo: Sean McCann

And unlike many sac spiders in the family Clubionidae, the anterior median eyes (AME; the central pair closest to the front of the head) are usually smaller than the other eyes.

Sac spider with relatively large anterior median eyes. Photo: Sean McCann

Anyphaena eye arrangement. The anterior median eyes (central pair in the front row) are smallest. Photo: Dann Thombs  (licensed under   CC BY-ND-NC 1.0 )

Dorsal view of eye arrangement of an Anyphaena male. Photo: Kyron Basu (licensed under CC BY-ND-NC 1.0 )

The real giveaway characteristic of anyphaenids, however, is the tracheal spiracle (one of the openings of the respiratory system in spiders). To get a good look at this, it’s useful to have a Spi-Pot . In other similar-looking spiders the tracheal opening is located close to the spinnerets. In ghost spiders, it is closer to the centre of the abdomen.

Ventral view of a male Anyphaena aperta . Photo: Ken Schnieder (licensed under CC BY-ND-NC 1.0 )

The horizontal groove on the underside of this spider’s abdomen (across the darker patch in the middle) is the tracheal spiracle.

Although not much to look at from the outside, the tracheal system of the anyphaenids may provide us with some clues about their natural history. Internally, the tracheae of ghost spiders are much wider than those of sac spiders. This may be because they have a more active lifestyle than sac spiders; they are certainly very fast runners. Males have even larger tracheae than females, which Platnick ( 1974 ) concluded is likely related to their extremely vigorous courtship displays. During courtship,   Anyphaena accentuata  males vibrate their abdomens up and down so quickly that it becomes a blur. In contrast, sac spider courtship has been described as “sluggish”.

The ghost spiders could certainly use more study, and I’ll be keeping an eye out for them from now on!

Anyphaena aperta again. Photo: Sean McCann

Dondale, C. D., & Redner, J. H. (1982). The insects and arachnids of Canada. Part 9. The sac spiders of Canada and Alaska. Araneae: Clubionidae and Anyphaenidae (No. 1724). link

Platnick, N. (1974). The spider family Anyphaenidae in America north of Mexico.  Bull Mus Comp Zool Harvard Univ . 146: 205-266. link

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Hi, I found a black, non-hairy spider about a cm in size in my bath! Not sure if it came from the woods where I had been or perhaps hanging out in the washcloth in the shower.

Unfortuntely it died sometime after I flung it out of the tub in a panick! Then my husband threw away the tissue that I saved it in. It was pure black except when I looked at it closely there was a very small orange dot on each the rear pair of legs (no other markings), I think the inner part of the part nearest the body. At a glance its body looked a little like a black ant.

Can you help identify or steer me to a good free online source to identify? Thanks!!

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Really hard to say without a photo. Perhaps an antmimic spider in genus Castianeira? (Here’s a gallery: https://bugguide.net/node/view/2000/bgimage )

Great article- thanks! I just found one of these (I think, based on inaturalist) and ut was cool to read some info about them!

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Hibana – Ghost Spider

Hibana Incursa

Hibana are a genus of spiders commonly referred to as ghost spiders. They are common throughout South and Central America, including the Caribbean Islands. In North America, they are mostly found along the East Coast as well as in the Southern United States from coast to coast.

Ghost spiders are part of the sac spider family Anyphaenidae. They are nocturnal hunter spiders and usually spend their daytime hidden and protected within a layer of silk – a sac. Their common name ‘ghost spiders’ comes from the fact that they are often observed behind the semi transparent silk of their silken daytime retreats.

Quick Overview: Hibana – Ghost Spider Medically significant : No Body size: Up to 0.5 in. (13 mm) Main colors : Yellow, Brown Range : United States, Brazil, and West Indies Web : No web, hides in silken retreat during the day

Hibana Spider Description

Ghost spiders can have a very similar appearance to other ghost spiders at first sight. They are small to medium sized spiders with a body size of no more than 0.5 inches (13 mm). Their cephalothorax (head area) and the front legs are usually reddish-brown. The abdomen and the hind legs are a lighter tan color, often with small hairs.

Hibana - Ghost Spider in United State

Their best identification feature are the darker patterns on the abdomen. Often, they have two rows of darker brown or black spots along the sides of the abdomen.

Lighter-colored individuals are easily confused with yellow sac spiders (Cheiracanthium sp.) . Darker colores species can look very similar to leaf-curling sac spiders of the genus Clubiona . The presence of dark spots on the abdomen is usually the best way to identify ghost spiders.

Range of Hibana- Ghost Spider in United States

Ghost spiders rarely reach a body length of 0.5 inches (13 mm).

Hibana spiders are active hunters and do not spin webs to catch prey. They usually roam around the ground at night, searching for insects, bugs and other spiders as prey. During the daytime, they usually retreat into a quite corner, often in homes, and spin a small silken retreat where they are protected from predators while they rest.

Ghost spider Hibana gracilis found by Christine in Charleston, South Carolina

Hibana Spider bite

A bite of a ghost spider is generally not dangerous to humans or larger pets. Symptoms of a bite can be comparable to a bee sting.

Hibana Scientific Classification

  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Arthropoda
  • Subphylum: Chelicerata
  • Class: Arachnida
  • Order: Araneae
  • Infraorder: Araneomorphae
  • Family: Anyphaenidae
  • Genus: Hibana

In North America, there are seven species of Hibana ghost spiders. The most common species are Hibana incursa, found in the eastern United States and Hibana gracilis, found in California and the Southern United States.

Distribution of the Hibana spider in the USA

Various species of the Hibana spider can be found throughout eastern and southern United States – Alabama , Arizona , Arkansas , California , Connecticut , Delaware , Florida , Georgia , Illinois , Indiana , Kansas , Kentucky , Louisiana , Maryland , Massachusetts , Michigan , Minnesota , Mississippi , Missouri , Nebraska , Nevada , New Hampshire , New Jersey , New Mexico , New York , North Carolina , Ohio , Oklahoma , Pennsylvania , Rhode Island , South Carolina , Tennessee , Texas , Virginia , West Virginia and Wisconsin .

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Found in my garage door opener. Identified Hibana on this site.

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Hi Trace, this is Hibana gracilis, a ghost spider: https://usaspiders.com/hibana-ghost-spider/

I have two circular rashes on my upper arm that I might have gotten from this spider. They grew to two inches in diameter. I developed a fever of 101.7 and I am now taking a 10 day regimen of antibiotics.

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Garden Ghost Spider: How to Identify

Native to the United States and Canada, the Garden Ghost spider, “Hibana gracilis,” commonly known as the garden ghost spider, is a ghost spider belonging to the Anyphaenidae family.

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Garden Ghost Spider: Identification.

Garden Ghost Spiders boast an unmistakable appearance, boasting an oblong and pointed abdomen and a creamy-white body further accented by a pale brownish triangular abdominal stripe. Moreover, when viewed up close, the spiders reveal black spines on their eight long legs and two extended pedipalps resembling black boxing gloves – all of which render Garden Ghosts incredibly identifiable .

The small yellowish-white or pale brown-white spiders typically measure 0.15″ – 0.3″ long. Another identifiable feature of Garden ghost spiders in the family  Anyphaenidae is that the two central eyes on the bottom row are the smallest.

Easily identifiable, the whitish Garden ghost spider has a distinctly pointed abdomen and pale tan legs with black spines. Additionally, this arachnid species features two rows of four eyes for maximum visibility.

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Castaway Ghost Spiders Flew to Robinson Crusoe Island

Scientists studying these airborne arachnids have discovered at least three new species in the remote Pacific island, a new study says.

Arachnophobes might be shocked to learn that some spiders can fly hundreds of miles across the ocean.

Two million years ago, airborne arachnids colonized remote Pacific islands by ballooning, a technique in which spiders use their silk as a kind of kite that can carry them long distances. ( Read about spiders that can fly without silk—and steer in midair .)

These so-called ghost spiders likely landed on Robinson Crusoe Island (map) , roughly 400 miles off Chile , where they blossomed into several new species. And now scientists have identified at least three previously unknown to science, a new study says.

The rugged island is named in honor of a privateer marooned there in the early 1700s who may have inspired Daniel Defoe's 1719 novel Robinson Crusoe .

“Everything that lives there comes from somewhere else and evolved in a very short span of time,” says Martín Ramírez, a spider researcher with Argentina’s National Scientific and Technical Research Council .

Ghost spiders—whose moniker comes from their sometimes pale color and ability to run so fast that their legs blur—originated in mainland South America.

“It’s not infrequent [to] find flying spiders in the middle of the ocean,” Ramírez says, noting that a number of different species are known to use this strategy. (Related: " Millions of Spiders Coat an Australian Town With Silk .")

Eight-Legged Castaways

In February 2011, Ramírez and colleagues visited Robinson Crusoe Island to collect and study as many ghost spiders as they could. They hiked up hillsides examining fallen logs and knocking tree limbs and foliage to dislodge spiders.

Getting there isn’t easy—the weather is unpredictable, and if it takes a turn for the worst, the team's six-seater plane has to turn back for Santiago.

But the determined team has so far discovered four new ghost spider species, and three more are still unnamed. ( How scientists debunked the myth of the real Robinson Crusoe .)

One particularly large species, Philisca ingens , is a whopping inch long; most other ghost spiders are a fraction of that size.

These castaways have another trait that differs from their continental relatives: Males have unusually small genitals.

“We don’t know what’s going on, but the genital organs are tiny [and] the animals are very large,” says Ramírez, senior author of a recent study published in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution .

But there is a clue in how the spiders court each other. On mainland Chile, foreplay is limited to a little mutual leg groping. But Ramírez says ghost spiders on the islands interact with their mouths—something like a spider kiss.

If the spiders do engage in more sophisticated courtship activities, these may be more useful on the islands than having the right size genitals, he says. ( Read about a male spider that destroys female genitalia to prevent future mating .)

The ghost spiders seem to be doing relatively well on the island, but their populations are small, limited to less than 20 square miles.

Not much else is known about the species so far, he adds. The tiny, lightweight spiders likely feed on larger insects and live amid rotting logs and ferns or under tree bark.

When the ghost spiders first arrived, they likely lived on leaves—Ramírez’s molecular work indicates the species is descended from a species from mainland South America that lives on foliage.

Challenging Terrain

The ability to shift habitats and rapidly colonize different environments is a special feature of animals that arrive on islands, says Darko Cotoras , a postdoctoral researcher at the California Academy of Sciences and the University of California, Santa Cruz, who recently published a study on other spiders on the island.

“They can start doing other things—things they couldn’t do on the continent because there was just too much competition,” he says. ( See pictures of spiderwebs blanketing the Australian countryside .)

Cotoras says he has a lot of respect for the new study—and the scientists’ research efforts.

“It’s not just going there and picking up spiders,” says Cotoras, who has conducted other spider research on Robinson Crusoe. “It’s challenging because of the geography. Many of the places are incredibly steep and incredibly narrow.”

The human population on the island is understandably small as a result—less than a thousand in number—and this may be helping the wildlife.

But if invasive plants taking hold on the island change its ecosystems, making them less habitable for arachnids, Robinson Crusoe’s spiders could face a new fight for survival.

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