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BG1104 D1864 - Argiope trifasciata - female

BG1104 D1864 - Argiope trifasciata - Female
Near Hwy 27, south end of Gibbstown Bridge, Cameron Parish, Louisiana, USA
October 26, 2007
Size: body length 10.9 mm.
Found on Goldenrod flower. We were unable to find a good match on BugGuide or elsewhere.
Proper placement would be appreciated.
Gayle

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Subadult?
This is a subadult female, isn't it?

[Or -- after seeing the ventral image -- maybe not?]

-Kevin

Beautiful specimen
Much more handsome that our aurantia. Love the silvered racing stripes.

Moved
Moved from True Spiders.

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