Spider Web Links

This spider most closely resembles the argiope bruennichi or wasp or zebra spider. Only the formation at the center of the web and the markings on the abdomen are different.

Books About Food Webs

Brooks, B. 1991. Predator! Knowing Nature Series. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux.

Pringle, L. 1994. Scorpion Man: Exploring the World of Scorpions. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. (A book about Gary Polis.)

Shahan, S. 1996. Barnacles Eat with their Feet: Delicious Facts About the Tide Pool Food Chain. Brookfield, Conn.: Millbrook Press.

Spider (World Wide) Web Links

Ed Nieuwenhuys' Spider Page.

Araneae (Spiders) of Ohio.


Glenda Crew's Spider Pages.

The Queensland Museum Arachnology Homepage.

A Spider's Anatomy

Webs of Life Investigate Islands Spider Paradise Island Bird-eating Spiders! Backyard Islands Dragonfly Home

Photo courtesy of Ed Nieuwenhuys. Diagram courtesy of Glenda Crew

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