Argiope aurantia

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Synonyms for Argiope aurantia

a widely distributed North American garden spider

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Marbled orb weavers, like Argiope aurantia, are not poisonous to us.
Web-site selection by orb-web spiders, particularly Argiope aurantia Lucas.
The "insulation" layer in the cocoons of Argiope aurantia (Araneae: Araneidae).
Survivability of overwintering Argiope aurantia (Araneidae) egg cases, with an annotated list of associated arthropods.
In support of functions 1 and 2, decorations on the web of Argiope aurantia Lucas 1833 reduced predatory attacks by mud-dauber wasps and web damage by birds; simultaneously, web visibility to prey was increased and prey capture rates declined.
Blackledge & Wenzel (1999) suggested that the decoration in Argiope aurantia reduced foraging success, but Tso (1998a) found that the decoration in fact increased it.
Predator avoidance behaviors and web defensive structures in the orb weavers Argiope aurantia and Argiope trifasciata (Araneae, Araneidae).
Defaecation behaviour of Argiope aurantia (Araneae: Araneidae).
On the contrary, large males were most successful in one of two populations of Argiope aurantia Lucas 1833 studied.
Population dynamics of the orb weaving spiders Argiope trifasciata and Argiope aurantia (Araneae, Araneidae): density changes associated with mortality, natality and migrations.
Relation between the outer cover of the egg case of Argiope aurantia (Araneae Araneidae) and the emergence of its spiderlings.
The impact of habitat features on web features and prey capture of Argiope aurantia (Araneae, Araneidae).