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User: sylas (see all of sylas's photos)
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Date: 09/22/05
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Image URL: https://gallery.kingsnake.com/data/28744P1040481.jpg
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BarnSpider

Registered: 01/2003
Location: Ripon, WI.
Photos Uplaoded: 61
Comments Left: 0
Single & looking. Any single, female arachnid ladies out there?

Definitely an Araenae species of Orb Weaver. My guess going by the markings would be a European Garden Spider. Very common throughout the states.

Jim in WI.
09-23-2005 12:19AM View BarnSpider's Profile Visit BarnSpider's Homepage! View BarnSpider's Gallery  

Emeraulde

Registered: 08/2003
Location: Oregon, USA
Photos Uplaoded: 77
Comments Left: 0

I would agree with the general species. The only question I have is the horns on the abdomen. I don't see anything in my resources that has that kind of protrusions. Beautiful tho!
10-17-2005 09:27PM View Emeraulde's Profile View Emeraulde's Gallery