When this caterpillar was not crawling, it was hard to tell which end was which because of the eyes on the rear:
This was a ladybug hotel:
This is one of the easiest spiders to identify. Black widows were very common in the area we were flipping. Whenever I reached under a rock and felt a really strong web, I stopped and found another handle.
Another black widow:
This was a surprise:
This wolf spider was even bigger than the one from the previous spider post and had a huge egg sack.