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Photo#34552
Black-and-yellow Argiope - Argiope aurantia

Black-and-yellow Argiope - Argiope aurantia
Lake Crabtree County Park, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
August 13, 2005
I think the prey is a White-lined Sphinx. This was taken first thing that morning.

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Black-and-yellow Argiope - Argiope aurantia Black-and-yellow Argiope - Argiope aurantia

White-lined Sphinx?
You might have typed this in the wrong image.

 
Not sure what you mean,
but we were trying to ID the moth.

 
I just realized you might be
I just realized you might be talking about the prey rather than the spider. The spider didn't look like a white-lined sphinx, so I thought you might have absent-mindedly switched captions.

 
better late than never
I finally changed the caption to be less confusing.

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