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Have seen 2 to 3 of these spiders joining their web together so that it becomes a single large web. But each spider stays in their own web.
some species of lynx spider due to the spikes on the legs
I have updated the picture of the web of this spider though its not clearly visible.
Joseph CHIEF REDEARTH male Nephila pilipes are tiny spiders measuring around 0.5-0.6 cm. These are bigger in size (2.5 -3.0 cm)
Male Nephila pilipes. Nice photograph!
Richard Ong very near to this site I had found Giant orb weaver as well as golden silk orb weaver. The golden orb weaver and this spider was almost of the same size, though this one was slightly smaller comparitively.https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/16...https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/45...Moreover in the web of this spider I also found this tiny spider. It might be around 0.8-1.0 cm in size and I am thinking this tiny spider to be the male because of the size difference. https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/19...
@Rakshawell... it certainly looks like a male N.pilipes... but they dont grow to the size you mentioned.! guess im wrong about ti then.!N.pilipes ref: http://wongchunxing.com/Spider/1-WEBS/Fa...
Richard ong these where quiet big around 2.5-3.0 cm. I found three of these spiders with interconnected web. They all had the same colors and looks.
Spotted on Aug 31, 2019 Submitted on Aug 31, 2019
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