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Orb Weaver - Araneus thaddeus - female

Orb Weaver - Araneus thaddeus - Female
Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
September 25, 2009
Size: 8mm

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Orb Weaver - Araneus thaddeus - female Orb Weaver - Araneus thaddeus - female

Thanks Kevin and John & Jane
I didn't see where it came from. I got it by beating the bushes onto a collection sheet.

We would also have said thaddeus
Did you get to see it in its web? There should be a small lattice like retreat hidden at some end, maybe in a curled leaf.

Morning, Tom- Another inte
Morning, Tom-

Another interesting orb weaver. If I had to take a guess, based strictly on comparing images, I'd say Araneus thaddeus. But let's see what the others have to say.

-Kevin

 
Yes.
Yes, the epigynum confirms A. thaddeus.



-K

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