Black and Yellow Garden spider?http://www.ehow.com/how_4547983_identify-louisiana-spiders.htmlPretty.
ah... a google search for "yellow spotted odd shaped spider" leads me to believe that it is a "Gasteracantha cancriformis" - otherwise known as a spinyback orb weaverwhat did I ever do before google?
I call it a big ol' spider.
That's not a big spider...but is cool looking!Having a giveaway this week. Do be a dear and stop by when you get the chance. :)
Eek!I try to avoid identifying spiders when I can. I actually try to avoid looking at spiders when I can.Did I ever tell you about finding the black widow in my kitchen when we lived in Bakersfield...and how I killed it with Windex? I'm such a brave girl. I do believe I emptied half the bottle on that poor spider...
Orb weavers are fascinating to watch. We have a lot here in THE ATL. Their bites hurt though. more pics here: http://www.pbase.com/tmurray74/orb_weaver_spiders_araneidae
Cool pics! I must say, though, that I am glad that spider is at your house and not mine. :)
Gorgeous! But I have no clue what kind of spider.
I don't know! But that is one wicked looking spider. So cool that you got this shot!
Um. I don't know. A big, fat, scary spider?
Yes, I know those by the name, "aaaaagh!!!" and you say it while running away.Gosh, I can't believe you didn't know that.
Hey, you're getting pretty darn good with that camera of yours!
I don't know, but it scared the crap outta me
Yes, those of the freakish-horrificus brand. eeee.
We get those, too! I don't mind them too much, they stay outside and keep to themselves.
Scary Spider, would be my guess.Gorgeous photos!
Great, great photos. And just about the only thing I know about spiders is that they usually have eight eyes (though some have six).
That is the most unusual spider I have ever seen!
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