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Dragonfly1462 viewsLittle Bluff Conservation Area
Dragonfly248 viewsFrink Centre
Yellow Garden Spider244 viewsThis species occurs in Nova Scotia and southern Ontario, the eastern half of the United States, and south to Guatemala. It also occurs in California and Oregon. It is absent from intervening arid areas. Females build large webs, up to two feet in diameter, in open areas among tall grasses and weeds, often in wet or marshy areas. They are also familiar sites around homes, in flower and vegetable gardens, in old fields, and in similar habitats.
Yellow Garden Spider151 viewsGarden Spiders often build webs in areas adjacent to open sunny fields where they stay concealed and protected from the wind. The spider can also be found along the eaves of houses and outbuildings or in any tall vegetation where they can securely stretch a web. The circular part of the female's web may reach two feet in diameter. Webs are built at elevations from two to eight feet off the ground.
Yellow Garden Spider115 viewsThis is a brightly colored and conspicuous species frequently observed in open, sunny areas, especially in late summer and early fall. Female yellow garden spiders can reach a length of one inch or more. The carapace is silvery-white, and the oval, yellow and black abdomen bears of pair of humps near the base. Males are much smaller, rarely reaching much over a quarter of an inch long.
Dragonfly66 viewsSheffield Conservation Area
Dogbane Beetle64 views
Praying Mantis63 viewsQuinte Conservation Area
Ebony Jewel Wing63 viewsQuinte Conservation Area
Dragonfly62 viewsSheffield Conservation Area
Monarch Butterfly61 viewsFrink Centre
Ladybug61 viewsQuinte Conservation Area
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