Argiope pulchella Thorell, . This Araneidae -related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. A narrow elongation found at distal end of sternum. Abdomen yellowish with black stripes. Abdomen oval shaped and truncated anteriorly. Ventrum brownish with yellow parallel lines. Signature spiders get their name from the zigzag design embossed on the web, the stabilimentum , that is believed to serve a camouflage function. It has a brownish red to yellowish brown cephalothorax with black eye margins.
Its abdomen is yellowish with a dorsal pattern as in the female. The legs are yellowish brown. Argiope catenulata are web builders, the circular webs have zigzag webbing known as white stabilimenta making them sticky.
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Invalid E-mail. Password: password is required.Argiope aemula, commonly known as Oval St Andrew's Cross Spider, is a species of spider in the family Araneidae, found from India, Sri Lanka to the Philippines, in Sulawesi and in the New Hebrides. It is one of the species of giant conspicuous "signature spiders" of the genus Argiope, seen in tropical and subtropical newwave.zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.infoinfo: Araneidae.