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Zygiella sp.

Discussion in 'Other Spiders & Arachnids' started by jonarachnid, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. jonarachnid

    jonarachnid Arachnopeon

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    Hi,

    I am new here, so I don't know if I'm in the right place to ask about spiders in the wild. But I'll give it a shot: Is this one of the Zygiella sp?

    Thank you,

    André
     

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  2. Glen Southern

    Glen Southern Arachnosquire

    Looks like Zygiella x-notata. Not sure where you are in the world but they are pretty common. Just check the web. It should have a missing section or sector if it is the above named species.
     
  3. jonarachnid

    jonarachnid Arachnopeon

    Thank you Glen. I believe you're right.
    Oh and I live in the east part of The Netherlands.

    Cheers,

    André
     
  4. NRF

    NRF Arachnoknight Old Timer

    This is very similar to the common Z. atrica as well.
     
  5. diadematus

    diadematus Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Great photos! How did you get them?

    -Kevin
     
  6. jonarachnid

    jonarachnid Arachnopeon

    Hi,
    Thanks NRF, it is isn't it?
    And Kevin, I use my Can EOS 350D with Canon 60 Macrolens and Canon Ringflash. And ços it's dark at night I use a LED-flashlight in my left hand pointing a the subject and get as close as possible. Diaphr. 11, sh.speed. 1/200 sec. Originals even a lot bigger than those JPEGs.

    Cheers,

    André
     
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