Late spring means, among other things, lots of salamanders. Almost every time I picked up a rock, there was an Eastern red-backed salamander beneath it.
Salamanders are not all you see under logs and rocks. There were lots of sowbugs — but I didn’t get to see any sowbug-killers, spiders belonging to Dysderidae.
This spider (Linyphiidae?) was hanging around doing some yoga:
Note sure yet which version I like better.