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Maybe you can check it and confirm the ID.. :)
Hello Dhirendra! Actually, this spider is in the same species with your another spotting, http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/384... .. This is Multi-coloured St. Andrew's Cross Spider (A. versicolor).. I also spotted this spider in West Java, http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/374... ... Maybe you can it and confirm the ID.. Have a nice day!
Thanks a lot for liking this pic and nice comment.
Amazing species, great photo!! Good work, Dhirendra!
Lovely signature spider.
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Nice one Dhirendra! Can I help you further since this morning? Spiders also belong to the Arthropods category, not Others. The order Araneae is correct, but id you do not know the exact ID (Genus and species), leave the scientific name field empty, and tick the Help with ID box.You can still indicate in your description or notes that this belong to the order Araneae. The blog piece below will tell you more about how scientific names work:http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/2870249...I hope this helps further :-)
so beautiful, very pretty colors!
Spotted on Sep 12, 2013 Submitted on Sep 12, 2013
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