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I don't know
Yellow and black front long legs it's 2 inches long
(Sheeesh.. please disregard the obvious grammatical errors!!)
Not an golden-orb weaver. LisaPowers is correct. They are both big, but G-O-W's are huge, and they have shaggy tufts at the legs joints. (Nephila clavipes). Here in Florida we call those "Banana spiders. Basically harmless. http://bugguide.net/node/view/354677I've seen the A. aurantia called "golden orb", but not sure why.... N.clavipes has actually golden silk. A aurantia doesn't, to my knowledge.
Spotted on Jan 3, 1970 Submitted on Aug 28, 2013
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