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Baars-Firestone spider #8 - Eriophora ravilla

Baars-Firestone spider #8 - Eriophora ravilla
Baars-Firestone Wildlife Sanctuary, University of West Florida, Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida, USA
October 18, 2015
Size: 15-20 mm
On a large web between trees on the edge of a mixed (oak, pine, magnolia, etc.) upland forest at the during the fall BioBlitz at the Baars-Firestone Wildlife Sanctuary, University of West Florida. My best guess is that this is a Tropical Orb Weaver (Eriophora ravilla). Confirmation or correction would be greatly appreciated!

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