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Neoscona crucifera? - Neoscona domiciliorum

Neoscona crucifera? - Neoscona domiciliorum
Bulow Creek State Park, Volusia County, Florida, USA
June 26, 2014
I believe this is N. crucifera, but would very much like feedback, correction, or confirmation -- if possible! Photographed at night (of course) in a thick strand of palm forest at Bulow Creek State Park in Volusia county, Florida.

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Neoscona crucifera? - Neoscona domiciliorum Neoscona crucifera? - Neoscona domiciliorum

Yes
Good catch

Moved
Moved from Neoscona crucifera.
Based on the silvery carapace, red femurs and white on the abdomen I think N. domiciliorum more likely.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Yes,
N. crucifera looks right to us

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