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Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) female and smaller male, Bocas del Toro, Panama  -  Thomas Marent
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00785629 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) female and smaller male, Bocas del Toro, Panama© Thomas Marent
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes), Alexander Springs Recreation Area, Florida
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00593139 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes), Alexander Springs Recreation Area, Florida© Jeff Foott
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) male and much larger female, Taironaka Lodge, Colombia
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00579525 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) male and much larger female, Taironaka Lodge, Colombia© Paul Bertner
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) on web, , the worlds's largest non-tarantula-type spider, Costa Rica  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452968 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) on web, , the worlds's largest non-tarantula-type spider, Costa Rica© Stephen Dalton
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) on web, Costa Rica  -  Stephen Dalton
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00452877 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) on web, Costa Rica© Stephen Dalton
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) in web, Kirindy Forest, Madagascar  -  Vincent Grafhorst
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00434913 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) in web, Kirindy Forest, Madagascar© Vincent Grafhorst
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult portrait, Florida  -  Mark Moffett
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00122427 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult portrait, Florida© Mark Moffett
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes), Alexander Springs Recreation Area, Florida
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00593140 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes), Alexander Springs Recreation Area, Florida© Jeff Foott
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) juvenile with parasitic larva, Taironaka Lodge, Colombia
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00579531 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) juvenile with parasitic larva, Taironaka Lodge, Colombia© Paul Bertner
Venomous Wandering spider (Phoneutria sp), a relative of the dangerous Brazillian Banana Spider, attaching its eggs in a silk nest to a leaf. This individual is missing its right front leg. Yasuni Nat...
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90859688 Venomous Wandering spider (Phoneutria sp), a relative of the dangerous Brazillian Banana Spider, attaching its eggs in a silk nest to a leaf. This individual is missing its right front leg. Yasuni Nat...©
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru.
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90782023 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in rainforest, Peru.
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90782022 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in rainforest, Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in the rainforest of Peru.
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90782021 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in the rainforest of Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru. July.
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90782015 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru. July.© Emanuele Biggi
Golden silk spider (Nephila clavipes) female in web, Florida, USA  -  Steven David Miller/ npl
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90678533 Golden silk spider (Nephila clavipes) female in web, Florida, USA© Steven David Miller / NPL
Golden silk spider, adult female (Nephila clavipes) Florida, USA  -  Steven David Miller/ npl
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90676340 Golden silk spider, adult female (Nephila clavipes) Florida, USA© Steven David Miller / NPL
Male (the small spider) and female Golden Orb-web Spider (Nephila clavipes) on their web Tayrona National Natural Park, municipality of Santa Marta, Magdalena Department, Colombia  -  Luiz Claudio Marigo/ npl
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90353819 Male (the small spider) and female Golden Orb-web Spider (Nephila clavipes) on their web Tayrona National Natural Park, municipality of Santa Marta, Magdalena Department, Colombia© Luiz Claudio Marigo / NPL
Female Golden Orb-web Spider (Nephila clavipes) consuming a butterfly on her web The much smaller male of the species is just by the abdomen of the female Tayrona National Natural Park, municipality o...  -  Luiz Claudio Marigo/ npl
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90353818 Female Golden Orb-web Spider (Nephila clavipes) consuming a butterfly on her web The much smaller male of the species is just by the abdomen of the female Tayrona National Natural Park, municipality o...© Luiz Claudio Marigo / NPL
Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) female on web, Everglades, Florida, USA December  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90221637 Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) female on web, Everglades, Florida, USA December© Adrian Davies / NPL
Golden silk orbweaver, Banana spider on web (Nephila clavipes) Florida, USA  -  Ingo Arndt/ npl
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90200403 Golden silk orbweaver, Banana spider on web (Nephila clavipes) Florida, USA© Ingo Arndt / NPL
Golden silk orbweaver, Banana spider on web (Nephila clavipes) Florida, USA  -  Ingo Arndt/ npl
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90195555 Golden silk orbweaver, Banana spider on web (Nephila clavipes) Florida, USA© Ingo Arndt / NPL
Trinidad chevron spider (Psalmopoeus cambridgei) on bananas, captive, from Trinidad  -  Rod Williams/ npl
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90185702 Trinidad chevron spider (Psalmopoeus cambridgei) on bananas, captive, from Trinidad© Rod Williams / NPL
Golden silk spider (Nephila clavipes) female on its yellow web, Tortuga Beach, Costa Rica  -  Martin Gabriel/ npl
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90091800 Golden silk spider (Nephila clavipes) female on its yellow web, Tortuga Beach, Costa Rica© Martin Gabriel / NPL
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) on web, Costa Rica  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90032617 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) on web, Costa Rica© Philippe Clement/ npl
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) female accompanied by a tiny male trying to mate with her but she ignores him Panama  -  Premaphotos/ npl
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90015342 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) female accompanied by a tiny male trying to mate with her but she ignores him Panama© PremaPhotos/ npl
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) Costa rica  -  Tim Martin/ npl
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90006502 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) Costa rica© Tim Martin/ npl
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) female accompanied by a tiny male who lives in her web, Panama  -  Premaphotos/ npl
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90004024 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) female accompanied by a tiny male who lives in her web, Panama© PremaPhotos/ npl
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) with larva of parasitic wasp attached to abdomen Argentina  -  Premaphotos/ npl
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90001998 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) with larva of parasitic wasp attached to abdomen Argentina© PremaPhotos/ npl
Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, underside, resting in web, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago  -  Malcolm Schuyl/ FLPA
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80142126 Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, underside, resting in web, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago© Malcolm Schuyl / FLPA
Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, resting in web, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago  -  Malcolm Schuyl/ FLPA
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80142125 Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, resting in web, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago© Malcolm Schuyl / FLPA
Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, resting in web, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago  -  Malcolm Schuyl/ FLPA
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80142124 Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, resting in web, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago© Malcolm Schuyl / FLPA
Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, feeding on insect prey caught in web, Florida  -  Edward Myles/ FLPA
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80138115 Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, feeding on insect prey caught in web, Florida© Edward Myles / FLPA
Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult male and female, feeding on insect prey caught in web, Florida  -  Edward Myles/ FLPA
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80138114 Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult male and female, feeding on insect prey caught in web, Florida© Edward Myles / FLPA
Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, in web, Florida  -  Edward Myles/ FLPA
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80138113 Golden Silk Spider (Nephila clavipes) adult female, in web, Florida© Edward Myles / FLPA
Spider, Mass in webs on Banana West of Mongar, East Bhutan  -  Keith Rushforth/ FLPA
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80025313 Spider, Mass in webs on Banana West of Mongar, East Bhutan© Keith Rushforth/ FLPA
Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) in web, Hacienda Baru National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica  -  Michel & Christine Denis-Huot/ B
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00491428 Banana Spider (Nephila clavipes) in web, Hacienda Baru National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot/ Biosphoto
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