Orb Weaver Spider Photo Gallery

Order: Araneae Family: Araneidae

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Margie

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JUNPonline
Warm day in the subburbs, must have woken this hibernating spider up.
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JUNPonline
about 1cm long
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JUNPonline
Small spider, less than 1cm.
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JUNPonline
Observed in butterfly garden in front of Presrve's auditorium.
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bcpgopher

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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline
Had unusual looking abdomen, shrivelled up near the tip
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JUNPonline
Thought the image was interesting, the underside rather than the top.
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JUNPonline
Female and male, male is the smaler one. Males range from 5–9 mm, females from 19–28 mm.
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JUNPonline

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Jacy Lucier
Side angle photo a different perspective, was actively building it's web then.
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JUNPonline
Was a little scary! Seemed quite big.
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Amy_C

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JUNPonline
about 1.5cm long body.
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JUNPonline
Body just under 1cm long. Anterior end of the abdomen has the cross pattern.
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JUNPonline
Small nest of spiders, common around here.
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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline
Have no idea of the exact type of orb weaver this is, limited web view in photograph
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aptk_2000
Pretty large, 1 was 2-3cm long, probably female. Smalle one nearby around 1cm long body probably male
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JUNPonline
Also known as Black and Yellow Garden Spider, Writing Spider, Banana Spider or Corn Spider. Everyone I've seen is always upside down facing
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JUNPonline