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Argiope aurantia (black and yellow garden spider) - we have one of these on a giant web on our back door right now

Argiope aurantia (black and yellow garden spider) - we have one of these on a giant web on our back door right now

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NET CASTING SPIDER (Deinopsis subrufa)  ©pbertner, Net casting spider/ogre faced spider/ gladiator spider  (Deinopsis sp.). This spider goes by many names and the genus can be found throughout  the tropics. Deinopsis are unique amongst arachnids in their predatory methods. They remain suspended above branches or tree trunks with their  trapezoidal webs stretched between their four front legs. They wait until an insect passes below them and then they  spring into action. Lightning fast they…

NET CASTING SPIDER (Deinopsis subrufa) ©pbertner, Net casting spider/ogre faced spider/ gladiator spider (Deinopsis sp.). This spider goes by many names and the genus can be found throughout the tropics. Deinopsis are unique amongst arachnids in their predatory methods. They remain suspended above branches or tree trunks with their trapezoidal webs stretched between their four front legs. They wait until an insect passes below them and then they spring into action. Lightning fast they…

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