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Yellow Garden Spider

Argiope aurantia


Very small arachnid that looks black and white. It has dark and light striped legs and body. The web is spun in a zig zag pattern


Yellow garden spiders often build webs in areas adjacent to open sunny fields where they stay concealed and protected from the wind


Found near my backyard. I was originally taken by the stunning zig zag patterned web. Upon closer examination, there was a spider in the web.

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robert emond
robert emond 12 months ago

Thank you Brian. I'll have to continue looking for adults. The web is so cool. I'll have to see how many ways I can capture the web.

Brian38 a year ago

Wonderful spotting Robert! Love that zig-zag pattern! This is an immature.

robert emond
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robert emond

Hahira, Georgia, USA

Spotted on Jul 11, 2019
Submitted on Jul 12, 2019

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