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Author 'Cath' (Id 127170 ) : I seek to identify this huge spider face here ... It measures about 3 inches long, including legs, so huge and very impressive. After researching this site and on the internet, I hesitate between two species of Epeira: either Araneus angulatus is the Epeira tiara or Araneus diadematus. Any information that interests me. Thank you in advance.
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> Author Cath [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 03, 2012
Hi Richard, glad to find you here... well that gave me the name of this spider, I think it was you... if, on the forum which thou gavest me the link and it seems to me I remember that you were the two to bring me the answer, including you... but, you know, it was over a year and I've forgotten the details... I can't remember if I had other photos... in any case, it is my son that I had been given... he had killed her, so I have pictures of her as dead... and finally, if it is the latter... thank you, in any case, your passage and big kisses... I saw that you were also passed on my blog... I'm going to what not.
 
> Richardunord >Reply Mar 02, 2012
Hum... That gave thee this determination Araenus angulatus with this single photo ? I'm skeptical... Why not a Nuctunea umbratica (Epeire cracks) by ex ? You have other shots ? Richard.
 
> Author Cath [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 21, 2010
Hello Belfort fan ... yes, I was stalled by a passionate response to my blog ... with lots of other very interesting information about its behavior ... I give a small example Guylaine below ... for reflection, yes, you're right ... when I cropped, I hesitated ... but as the photo was taken primarily for recognition of the beast, I must admit I thought at least artistic side ... : 20: but I think on an aesthetic level, it is true, the shadow was more beautiful ... Too bad, I better next time: 18: Kisses to you too.
 
> Author Cath [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 21, 2010
Guylaine, yes, there are few people who like spiders ... so useful and so little aggressive! I learned that this, for example, does that really bite if cornered or handled and was still mostly dry, using its venom when it feels threatened ... but more often it is leaking! I remember as a kid and I was terrified, adults would tell me the little beast will not eat the fat! : 19: Kisses to you and thank you for your passage which always makes me very happy.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 20, 2010
+: : 1: As pictured, it will not get the title of 'Miss Spider': 19:. It is indeed a 'Epeira angular' (Araneus angulatus). Impressive shot, Bravo and thank you Cath. 3:

-:Just to tease you, it's a pity that the reflection is not an integer: 18:.
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 20, 2010
I do not like bugs but it does not mean that your picture is good. : 1:
 
Identification > Author Cath [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 20, 2010
Yes, Ben, you're right, I realized afterwards that I had completely forgotten to take it over ... but finally, I went on a forum where I could expose all my photos and I had the answer: it's a garden spider Araneus angulatus or angular. It is a female ... So much for all those who could ask ... I thank also the web of this spider please rank in that category and, if possible, to add tags. Thank you in advance.
 
> Benett [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 20, 2010
Hello, a dorsal view of the spider, with its motif, could more easily help in identification.
 
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