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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

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

eye arrangement
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Definitely a male
The males use these intricately shaped expanded palps to store sperm for transfer to the female during copulation. A quick way to tell gender if you can see these.

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