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Photo#336163
Hatchlings - Argiope argentata

Hatchlings - Argiope argentata
San Pedro, Los Angeles County, California, USA
September 23, 2009
Size: 1"x.625"x.310"
The Hatchlings appeared this morning

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Egg Sac - Argiope argentata Egg Sac - Argiope argentata Hatchlings - Argiope argentata The Crowd Assembles - Argiope argentata Part of the Crowd - Argiope argentata Hatchlings - Argiope argentata The Horde - Argiope argentata Hatchling - Argiope argentata Hatchling2 - Argiope argentata The Nest After Evacuation - Argiope argentata Balling Up - Argiope argentata Sibling #1's first orb web - Argiope argentata Sibling #2's first orb web - Argiope argentata Sibling #1 grows. ventral view - Argiope argentata Sibling #1 grows. side view - Argiope argentata Sibling #1 continues to grow - Argiope argentata Sibling #1 perseveres - Argiope argentata Sibling #1 perseveres - Argiope argentata Sibling #1 still with us - Argiope argentata