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Zygiella x-notata
Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. July 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata, with more red colours.
(Found: Lickershamn Gotland Sweden. June 2010 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata from above.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. July 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Male Zygiella x-notata from above.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. July 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Male Zygiella x-notata head-on view.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. July 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata side view.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. June 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Male Zygiella x-notata, side view.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. July 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata, side view.
(Found: Lickershamn Gotland Sweden. June 2010 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata from behind.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. June 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata from below.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. June 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Female Zygiella x-notata, about 4,5 mm.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. June 2008 )


Silver-sided sector spider Zygiella x-notata
Male Zygiella x-notata, about 5 mm.
(Found: Fårö Gotland Sweden. July 2008 )


Facts:
Family:
Araneidae
Scientific name:
Zygiella x-notata
Common name:
Silver-sided sector spider

A missing sector orb weaver - Zygiella x-notoata. It gets its name for making an orb net, with a couple of sections missing at the top.
 
 
 

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