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ItsyBitsy

ItsyBitsy

Primary Guide at Spiders.us, Contributing Editor for Araneae at BugGuide.net and American Arachnological Society member.

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ItsyBitsy Unknown Spider
Unknown Spider commented on by ItsyBitsy New York, USA6 years ago

Ocrepeira looks right to me too. I don't know how to get these to species yet, it looks like it should be O. ectypa or O. georgia by range. If you submit it to BugGuide.net if someone over there ever figures out how to sort them you'll be notified. Looks like yours would be the first NY submission for the genus over there too.

ItsyBitsy Male and Female Joro Spider
Male and Female Joro Spider commented on by ItsyBitsy Georgia, USA6 years ago

Wow, this isn't even the first year you've seen them in your yard? If you find the time could you please also submit these to BugGuide.net? They'll document your find there as well.

ItsyBitsy Spotted Orb Weaver Spider
Spotted Orb Weaver Spider commented on by ItsyBitsy Georgia, USA6 years ago

N. domiciliorum, not crucifera, ignore the confusing label on the reference link. :)

ItsyBitsy Sac Spider
Sac Spider commented on by ItsyBitsy New York, USA6 years ago

You're welcome. :)

ItsyBitsy Sac Spider
Sac Spider commented on by ItsyBitsy New York, USA6 years ago

Looks freshly molted.

ItsyBitsy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ItsyBitsy Cumming, Georgia, USA6 years ago

They look like Orbweavers but I'm not positive which one.

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