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Photo#348579
Spider with black and yellow belly - Neoscona crucifera

Spider with black and yellow belly - Neoscona crucifera
Oak Park, IL USA, Cook County, Illinois, USA
June 9, 2009
Size: about 2/3" in length
Spider is hanging upside-down, eating a fly caught in its web. The spider's underbelly has a yellow and black marking that resembles a smiley face.

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Spider with black and yellow belly - Neoscona crucifera Spider with black and yellow belly - Neoscona crucifera

Moved
Moved from Spotted Orbweavers.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Orb Weaver
I think in the Neoscona genus. Somebody may be able to tell you more.
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