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“I’m stumped. Any idea what kind of spider this might be? There is a whole pack of them in the backyard of my Florida condo.”-ladybutternut
Hi! I at first thought a Nephila orb Weaver, aka Golden Silk Spider but I actually think this is a Long Jawed Orb Weaver in the genusTetragnatha. I read that they are common in Florida in shrubs surrounding water. This is a photo of the underside of the spider- maybe you can send more photos to be sure? Either species is harmless. Perhaps, someone can confirm my suspicions.
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