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Twins! - Leucauge argyra - female

Twins! - Leucauge argyra - Female
Florida and Massachusetts
"In answer to a question Hannah asked, we merged Susan Doll's Plesiometa argyra #40257 (on the left) side by side with Tom Adam's Leucauge venusta # 3527 (on the right) to show the similarities and differences between the two species. Hope people find this helpful and that Tom and Susan approve."
John and Jane Balaban.
Leucauge venusta

Quite interesting to me.

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