St Andrew's Cross spider - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:179235715
Upload date:August 29, 2013

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St Andrew's Cross spider is easily found in Brisbane bushes and backyard gardens. It is easily recognized by the pattern on its body and its web. The spider makes an orb web, in the middle it makes four thickened zigzag strips in the shape of a cross of 'X'. The spider then hangs head down with its legs pairs together over the cross. This is why it called St Andrew's cross spider. Adult females build vertical orb web about 1m in diameters. The spiders active both day and night.
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