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Old 07-02-2018, 07:59 AM
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Outerbanks, NC. Looked around online couldnt really find anything definite.
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black widow.
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Would be my assumption, too. Sometimes the hourglass marking is not complete.
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Black widow. We get em around here too.
Old 07-02-2018, 09:04 AM
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Definitely a widow. The lighter markings on the side make me think it may be a juvenile. Juveniles tend to have more striped bodies.
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Did you know that more people die from black widows than rattlers every year?
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That would be a hellnoburnthemfhousedown spider.
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Pacman spider
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The folks from Florida are experts on insects that can kill you, the whole state is crawling with them.
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Originally Posted by DirtyMikeAndTheBoys View Post
The folks from Florida are experts on insects that can kill you, the whole state is crawling with them.
The folks or the insects?
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Black widow
Old 07-02-2018, 10:00 AM
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Soon to be, "Dead" ....


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Originally Posted by 240 LTS View Post
Soon to be, "Dead" ....


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True statement
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Managed to get better pic of his back before he met his demise.
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Not a black widow. Juvenile of what is often called a Banana Spider or Golden Orb Weaver. If you didn't kill it, watch it as it grows and changes. Throw bugs into it's web.
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That's the same spider as the first photo? Shape and color looks different in those two photos.
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Originally Posted by somethingfishy View Post
The folks or the insects?
Yes
Old 07-02-2018, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by bikem View Post
That's the same spider as the first photo? Shape and color looks different in those two photos.
Yep same spider. First photo was belly second his back
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Originally Posted by CR295 View Post
Yep same spider. First photo was belly second his back
With that second photo, I'd have to agree that it's not a widow. Angle of the 1st photo made the body shape appear different than it actually is. I don't think it's a Golden Orb weaver, though.

Looks to be an Orchard Orb Weaver.
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Not a BW

That's orange, right? Harmless spider, IMO>

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