Sunday, August 31, 2014

Spiders of Summer: Corn Spider in the Rose Garden

This Corn Spider (Argiope aurantia) has been regulating the insect population 
in our knockout rose garden throughout summer.


  1. If there are two things the humans of New York plan able-bodied with, those things are adroitness and hope. Now, those two things are getting brought into band to actualize the New World Trade Center - a cultural and bread-and-butter hub that's not just the world's a lot of acclaimed venue, but a assurance of defiance, backbone and freedom.

  2. In the heart of the summer season, a captivating world unfolds where spiders reign supreme. As the sun casts its warm rays upon the land, these remarkable creatures emerge from their hidden abodes, weaving intricate webs that glisten in the golden light.