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Hairy Orange Spider - Neoscona crucifera - female

Hairy Orange Spider - Neoscona crucifera - Female
Corinth, Denton County, Texas, USA
September 10, 2007
Size: Just over 1 inch
We almost walked through this guys web that was about 4ft X 4ft between a tree and the car parked in the driveway. It was around 10:00pm.


Moved from Orb Weavers.

Moved from Spiders.

Looks like Neoscona crucifera
They build huge webs from the ground up to the trees. Webs are built new each night.

..or Eriophora

How about this one?
Does this one look close? Is it still there?

very similar
I think they are alot alike, but the marking on the one you sent are much darker and the actual skin looks rough where as the other was more smooth looking.

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