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Spider ID ? #7569665 08/01/19 07:54 PM
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It's an orb weaver. They're harmless to humans.


Originally Posted by KRoyal
Haha yea I polished that thing for hours.
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I knew it was an orb weaver, I've had them and their webs all over my face for years when riding or walking through the woods. I was hoping someone knew the specific species of this one.


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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
I knew it was an orb weaver, I've had them and their webs all over my face for years when riding or walking through the woods. I was hoping someone knew the specific species of this one.


I think it's a Hentz. I'm not great at orb weaver ID.


Originally Posted by KRoyal
Haha yea I polished that thing for hours.
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