Spined Micrathena

Otto Danby II

Joined September 2011

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The Spined Micrathena is a very common spider. If you’ve ever walked through a spider web in the woods, it was very likely a micrathena’s web. Usually, it is only the female spider that is seen. She is about 1/2 inch long, with a chunky abdomen that has ten spines on it. The abdomen varies in color; usually it is whitish, yellow, or brownish-black. The cephalothorax (front section) is much smaller than the abdomen, and it is amber-colored. This spider’s legs are amber to glossy black. 7/24/2013. Gaston County, NC, USA. Canon XS, tripod, Sigma 70mm DG Macro, ISO 200, Left Image: 1/200, f8, flash, Right Image: 1/20, f5.

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