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Argiope Sp. Which one? - Argiope argentata - female

Argiope Sp. Which one? - Argiope argentata - Female
Seminole Manor, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
June 24, 2009

We would suggest argentata
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What makes you go with argent
What makes you go with argentata over florida?

Thanks,

Ian

 
Because here is florida
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I guess that silver x on the
I guess that silver x on the underside kind of seals it. Thanks for taking the time.

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