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Trashline Orbweaver? - Dictyna

Trashline Orbweaver? - Dictyna
Jordan River Pkwy, North Salt Lake, Davis County, Utah, USA
April 14, 2017
I'm thinking this is Cyclosa (possibly conica), but I don't see the hallmark abdomen shape of Cyclosa spp.

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Trashline Orbweaver? - Dictyna Trashline Orbweaver? - Dictyna Trashline Orbweaver? - Dictyna

Moved
Moved from Spiders.

Was there an orb web?
Looks more like Dictyna to us

 
Web
I have added an image of the web.

 
Dictynidae
I think you're right. I didn't realize there were Dictynidae that built geometric webs and kept their meals as web debris.

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