It’s spider season in North Texas. These giant, 3in/8cm, Black and Yellow Garden Spiders were photographed in the Joppa Preserve area of the Great Trinity Forest in Dallas, Texas.
Webs 3ft/1m in diameter are a constant obstacle when hiking in the woods in these parts, because spiders like to build their webs in the open spaces created by trails. Fortunately these Black and Yellow Garden Spiders only look menacing. They are not aggressive towards humans.
|Date||–||Jul 15, 2012|
|Time of Day||–||Morning|
|Temperature||–||Hot (greater than 89°F/32°C)|
|Type of Behavior||–||Stationary|
|Main Article||–||Black and Yellow Garden Spider||Observation Location|
2 Replies to “Black and Yellow Garden Spider – Huge”
Hi. I live in Carlisle, pa. I just discover I have a black and yellow garden spider, she just I guess laid eggs. Wondering how she’s in pa???? Thank you. Tanya
It looks like they range all over the eastern half of the United States all the way up into Canada… http://www.groundsservices.com/IMAGES/yellow-garden-spider-map.jpg