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Cyclosa conica

Cyclosa conica
Amenia, Dutchess County, New York, USA
July 1, 2014
Size: ≤1 cm
Crouched in center of web which hung from a patio chair to umbrella. Scampered up to the edge of the umbrella when I approached. Might have been immature, considering its tiny size. I have other photos, not sure how I could post others, but I thought this was most informative because you can see the little red spot on the underside.

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Cyclosa conica Unidentified orb weaver, perhaps Eustala?  - Cyclosa conica

Moved from Orb Weavers.

Moved from Spiders.

Moved from ID Request.

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Thanks for the tip, added another photo.

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under this one. A challenging angle for spider ID, but the shape seems to call out for Cyclosa. We think we would see the tubercles of turbinata from this angle if they were there, so we would suggest C. conica instead.

Looks like you nailed it! I h
Looks like you nailed it! I have other images.

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