Black and Yellow Spider?

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The black and yellow spider is known as Argiope aurantia and has characteristic yellow and black markings on their abdomens. Argiope aurantia are quite harmless, measure between 5 and 28 millimetres and make circular webs using stabilimentum whose diameter is about 60 centimetres. The black and yellow spiders feed on preys that are caught and secured by their webs.
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I have a found two possibilities for this spider. It could be the Golden Orb spider (sometimes called the banana spider), or there are quite a few garden spiders that are black and
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The black and yellow garden spider is common throughout most of the U.S. and in some parts of southern Canada and northern Mexico. It is a large spider, with females measuring up
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well from my experience i would say most garden spiders are yellow and black.
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Males of black & yellow argiope spider are about 3/8 inches. Females
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