Bryn Cymro

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The prettiest parlour

Golden Orb-Weaver, 26 March 2011, 2:45pm

Cleaning up around the trampoline in the back yard the other week, found myself eyeballing this beautiful spider (Nephila edulis). The surprisingly strong yellow web was strung between the trampoline netting and the fence, and the smaller male was lurking in the background while this female took centre stage. Felt sorry for the queen of the web as I disassembled her handiwork, but I’m sure she will be back.

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