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Spined Micrathena (Micrathena gracilis) - Female


If you know it is Micrathena gracilis,


Micrathena gracilis


Maybe


Spined Micrathena


Spined Micrathena


Spined Micrathena


Spined Micrathena


Yes, a spined micrathena...


Micrathena gracilis


Micrathena gracilis


that it is


Spined Micrathena


I believe...


ID


Yes i here is more info.


Look here


Spined Micrathena


spider


Spined Micrathena


Micrathena gracilis Spined Micrathena


Spined Micrathena


Micrathena gracilis - Spined Micrathena


Spined Micrathena - Micrathena gracilis


Spined Micrathena - Micrathena gracilis


My guess would be...


Micrathena gracilis


Micrathena gracilis - Spined Micrathena


Looks like


I think it's Micrathena gracilis


Try...


Might be


How about...


Spined Micrathena (Micrathena gracilis) - Female


Spined Micrathena (Micrathena gracilis) - Female


spined micrathena, Micrathena gracilis


It's a Micrathena!


Another spider I am not too f


spined micrathena - Micrathena gracilis


Micrathena gracilis - Spined Micrathena


I think


Looks like one of the


This is probabely


Not an expert but...


Not an expert...


Yes


Looks like


Micrathena?


I see a lot of these as well,


Reminds me of the body shape


I would say it's:


Moved


Yes, both of these


Micrathena gracilis


Orb Weaver


Micrathena gracilis (female)…


Yes, good call


Moved


female


Yes, Micrathena gracilis


Tough angle, but yes


try male


Maybe Micrathena gracilis?


Yes, female


Micrathena gracilis (female)...


Looks to be


We would have suggested


Yes, looks like


Looks rather to be Micrathena gracilis


Yes, female


Yes, exactly correct


Absolutely


The prey looks rather to be


Yes,


looks like Micrathena gracilis


Micrathena gracilis


hmmm...


appears to be


Looks like a healthy


Looks like a female Micrathen


female


Yes, Micrathena gracilis


Micrathena gracilis.


Yes, female


female


female


More like


As the contributor, you can move it now!


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Micrathena gracilis


Guessing Micrathena gracilis


brown TX Micrathena gracilis


All we see is the spider itself


Female


Yes,


Female


Micrathena gracilis


Spined


Yes


Looks like


Micrathena gracilis


Looks like


Moved to Micrathena gracilis


How about species? :)


Moved to Micrathena gracilis


Female,


Yes, still female


Moved to Micrathena gracilis


Moved to Micrathena gracilis


Very close to correct.


Nice find! But we don't see anything unusual happening.


We don't see anything that looks like a molt, but....


Nice find. We don't get many of these tiny guys


Yes, we agree


Our first thought is a male


Micrathena gracilis


Building her web - Micrathena gracilis


It's


Female


young


Yes, female


Yes, female


Yes, female


Can't see as well as we would like


We think you have found a male


We would suggest


Looks like...


I agree...


Yes, you can get a faceful of web


Female


Rather a female


mystery spider


I think


Micrathena gracilis


There


Micrathena


Micrathena gracilis


Coloration does vary


My guess


The spines remind me of an or