Common Names: Black-footed yellow sac spider, American yellow sac spider
It is a rather small pale yellow spider with dark brown/black feet. Like all spiders, C. inclusum has two body segments: a cephalothorax (fused head and thorax) and an abdomen. In females, the body measures between 5 and 9mm and in males, 4 to 8mm. The leg span however can be up to 2.5 cm with the front pair of legs being longer than the other 3 pairs. Males tend to have a narrower body and a larger leg span than females. It is a pale yellow-beige color with dark brown markings on its palps, chelicerae (jaws) and on the ends of its tarsi (feet). There is also often an orange-brown stripe running down the top-center of its abdomen. C. inclusum has 8 similarly sized eyes, distributed in 2 parallel horizontal rows.
They are most often found in trees and shrubs, but may also find shelter in houses and other human-made structures.
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