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Araneus? - Araneus diadematus - male

Araneus? - Araneus diadematus - Male
Logy Bay, N47º37.826' W052º41.245 (WGS84), Northeast Avalon, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
July 10, 2006
Size: 8mm Body Length
I found this spider about 4:00 PM clinging to the side of our garage in a shady spot. There was no web although it did begin to spin when I disturbed it. It looks a little like an Araneus diadematus that I photographed previously but I'm pretty certain it's enough different not to be the same thing. I should be able to distinguish male spiders from females by now but I can't. Which is this one? Can anyone help with an ID? Is is Araneus?

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Araneus? - Araneus diadematus - male Araneus? - Araneus diadematus - male Araneus? - Araneus diadematus - male Araneus? - Araneus diadematus - male

We would say you nailed it
Araneus diadematus male. Nice images, nice views.

 
Thanks! - Moved
Thanks for your comments and for confirmation of the species. I've moved these images to the guide page.

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