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Especially known for twirling stunning webs, a Banana Spider or Golden Silk Spider is the one which creates silk coloring, i.e., gold. Also known as the ‘Giant Wood Spider,’ this spider gives the coloring a different look when compared to other spider types.

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Nephila is a genus of araneomorph spiders noted for the impressive webs they weave. Nephila consists of numerous species found in warmer regions around the world. They are commonly called golden silk orb-weavers, golden orb-weavers, giant wood spiders, or banana spiders

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The banana spider is famous for its beautiful web, which appears to be golden when it shines in the sun. ... the writing spider, or the giant wood spider. It is typically a black and yellow spider with stripy legs, although they can vary in color from reddish to greenish yellow. 1. Cool Facts About Banana Spiders ... Birds are the main enemy of ...

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The name “banana spider” is used to refer to a number of different spiders and spider genera that are found throughout the globe. Many banana spiders are locally called thus because they are colored like bananas or found in banana trees.

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9.Giant House Spider Unfortunately for everyone, these giant spiders are often found roaming around people’s homes, especially in the Autumn when they are looking for a mate.

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Sometimes called a banana spider by Floridians, the golden orb-weaver (Nephila clavipes) is most famous for its impressive webs and striking coloration.Although the males of this species are rather small (1/4 inch), females are usually just under three inches across (including leg span).

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The Giant Banana Spiders – part of our panhandle summer. by Rick O'Connor | Aug 7, 2015 ... when we encounter a spider web on the trail I have heard more screams from the boys than from the girls. But most are afraid and there nothing is more terrorizing than the huge, almost hand-size, Golden Orb Weaver (or banana spider).

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Nephila clavipes (Lat. clavis = key or hook; pedis = of or pertaining to a foot {genitive case of pēs}) is a species of golden orb-web spider. It lives in the warmer regions of the Americas.