"Nasa managers insisted that the second orb-weaver was not exactly lost, it just couldn ‚ Äôt be found.". From Wordnik.com. [Escaped Mutant Spiders Threaten Astronauts - Again - NASA Watch] Reference
Anxious to quash fears that the absent arachnid may be marauding around the space station, Nasa managers insisted that the second orb-weaver was not exactly lost, it just couldn't be found. From Wordnik.com. [NASA Watch: November 2008 Archives] Reference
This beautiful orb-weaver spider is basically taking flies and crickets and transforming them in water in the abdomen and what comes out is this material that's five times stronger ounce for ounce than steel. From Wordnik.com. [The Man of the Hour] Reference
According to my friend Amy, it is a female giant wood spider, also known as a golden silk orb-weaver. From Wordnik.com. [Que sera, Sarah] Reference
I looked it up on wiki which says, the venom of the golden silk orb-weaver is potent but not lethal to humans. From Wordnik.com. [Que sera, Sarah] Reference
Part of a well-known group of golden orb-weaver spiders-which can spin webs up to three feet (one meter) wide. From Wordnik.com. [National Geographic News] Reference
I was chasing a dragonfly when I ran into this Spiny orb-weaver Gasteracantha geminata (Fabricius, 1798) female. From Wordnik.com. [Kottu] Reference
Now red-faced mission control officials have made another embarrassing admission - they've lost an orb-weaver spider. From Wordnik.com. [Clipmarks | Live Clips] Reference
Female giant golden orb-weaver spiders can grow to a whopping 4 or 5 inches in diameter although males tend to be less than a quarter that size. From Wordnik.com. [Wired Top Stories] Reference
"Fleeting Innocence, Captured Before It's Gone", got me thinking and connecting distant points, much in the manner of the orb-weaver spider that connects a broadening spiral of nodes across our back door each night. From Wordnik.com. [Andrea's Buzzing About:] Reference
"This giant fossil orb-weaver provides evidence of predation on medium to large insects, well known from the Daohugou beds, and would have played an important role in the evolution of these insects," according to researchers. From Wordnik.com. [Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News] Reference
A golden orb-weaver spider Araneae: Nephilidae: Nephila Lisa Grossman Contributor. From Wordnik.com. [Wired Top Stories] Reference
(Golden silk spider, or Golden silk orb-weaver). From Wordnik.com. [CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]] Reference
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