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Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female

Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - Female
Enumclaw, Forested Unincorporated King County, Washington, USA
October 23, 2009
Size: Spider 14mm; Case 20mm
There's the scape (the dangly thing that looks like an orange gummy worm).

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Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female Mama w/Egg case - Araneus diadematus - female

Great!
!

 
Thanks, Max
:)

Excellent picture!
This is the kind of clear detail that's needed on epigyne shots, and for making proper ID's. You've got a nice series of pictures here, from several important diagnostic perspectives (that is, we get a good idea of the 3D shape of this epigyne and its structures). There's no doubt what species of spider this is!

 
Thank you, John
That's exactly what I was going for. :) Thank you for taking the time to look.

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