Family Araneidae
Genus : Argiope

Argiope sp NEW. New species of BorneoA lone male Oval St. Andrew’s Cross Spider by a lake in Sabah.
 

Family : Araneidae
Genus : Argiope
Species : Argiope reinwardti
We have in our digital bank three records of female Argiope reinwardti. No record of male.


 
Argiope reinwardti
Argiope reinwardti

Female 21mm
2011-08-31 KNP
Argiope reinwardti
Argiope reinwardti

Female
2014-05-12 HALELUYA
Argiope reinwardti
Argiope reinwardti

Female 21mm
2016-01-22 KINABALU LODGE


 


金蛛屬 Genus Argiope

Argiope PORING
Argiope PORING

Argiope versicolor
New record in Sabah
Female
11-12-2009 PORING

Argiope reinwardti
Argiope reinwardti

2016-01-22 KINABALU LODGE

21MM Female

     
 

 Argiope perforata
斷紋金珠

體長7-8mm

 

Argiope perforata
斷紋金珠(若蛛)
體長7mm

 

 

Argiope perforata

Argiope perforata

14-12-2009 PORING

 

Argiope perforata

Argiope perforata

14-12-2009 PORING

Argiope KNP

Argiope KNP

16-12-2010 Kinabalu National Park

 

Argiope minuta
小型金蛛(雌)

 
   
Argiope aemula

Female

Argiope aemula 長圓金蛛

5-10-2008 Sungai Tawau
 

 

 

Male Argiope aemula

Male

Argiope aemula 長圓金蛛


6-2-2007 Semarak

 

 

Argiope BOMBALAI

Argiope BOMBALAI

MALE  4mm+-
 

23-8-2009 BOMBALAI

 

Argiope aemula

Male

1-7-2009  POND 

Argiope ocula (少)
眼點金蛛(雌)

 

Argiope aemula
長圓金蛛(幼蛛)
(1)

 

Argiope aetheroides
中形金蛛(雌)

 

Argiope aetheroides
中形金蛛(幼蛛)

 

Argiope ocula (少)
眼點金蛛(幼蛛)
(4)

 

Argiope ocula (少)
眼點金蛛眼式
(幼蛛)(4)

 

 

The genus Argiope includes rather large and spectacular spiders that often have a strikingly coloured abdomen. These spiders are distributed throughout the world. Most countries in tropical or temperate climates host one or more species that are similar in appearance. The etymology of the name is from a Greek name meaning "silver-faced."

Spider Genus : Argiope
 


Argiope aemula (Walckenaer, 1841) — India to Philippines, Sulawesi, New Hebrides
Argiope aetherea (Walckenaer, 1841) — China to Australia
Argiope aetheroides Yin et al., 1989 — China, Japan
Argiope ahngeri Spassky, 1932 — Central Asia
Argiope amoena L. Koch, 1878 — China, Korea, Taiwan, Japan
Argiope anasuja Thorell, 1887 — Seychelles to India, Pakistan, Maldives
Argiope anomalopalpis Bjψrn, 1997 — Congo, South Africa
Argiope appensa (Walckenaer, 1841) — Hawaii, Taiwan to New Guinea
Argiope argentata (Fabricius, 1775) — USA to Chile
Argiope aurantia Lucas, 1833 — Canada to Costa Rica
Argiope aurocincta Pocock, 1898 — Central, East, Southern Africa
Argiope australis (Walckenaer, 1805) — Central, East, Southern Africa, Cape Verde Islands
Argiope bivittigera Strand, 1911 — Indonesia
Argiope blanda O. P.-Cambridge, 1898 — USA to Costa Rica
Argiope boesenbergi Levi, 1983 — China, Korea, Japan
Argiope bougainvilla (Walckenaer, 1847) — New Guinea to Solomon Islands
Argiope bruennichi (Scopoli, 1772) — Palearctic
Argiope brunnescentia Strand, 1911 — New Guinea, Bismarck Archipel
Argiope buehleri Schenkel, 1944 — Timor
Argiope bullocki Rainbow, 1908 — New South Wales
Argiope caesarea Thorell, 1897 — India, Myanmar, China
Argiope caledonia Levi, 1983 — New Caledonia, New Hebrides
Argiope cameloides Zhu & Song, 1994 — China
Argiope catenulata (Doleschall, 1859) — India to Philippines, New Guinea
Argiope chloreis Thorell, 1877 — Laos, Sumatra to New Guinea
Argiope comorica Bjψrn, 1997 — Comoro Islands
Argiope coquereli (Vinson, 1863) — Zanzibar, Madagascar
Argiope dang Jδger & Praxaysombath, 2009 — Thailand, Laos
Argiope dietrichae Levi, 1983 — Western Australia, Northern Australia
Argiope doboensis Strand, 1911 — Indonesia, New Guinea
Argiope doleschalli Thorell, 1873 — Indonesia
Argiope ericae Levi, 2004 — Brazil, Argentina
Argiope flavipalpis (Lucas, 1858) — Africa, Yemen
Argiope florida Chamberlin & Ivie, 1944 — USA
Argiope halmaherensis Strand, 1907 — Moluccas to New Guinea
Argiope hinderlichi Jδger, 2012 — Laos
Argiope intricata Simon, 1877 — Philippines
Argiope jinghongensis Yin, Peng & Wang, 1994 — China, Laos, Thailand
Argiope katherina Levi, 1983 — Northern Australia
Argiope keyserlingi Karsch, 1878 — Queensland, New South Wales, Lord Howe Islands
Argiope kochi Levi, 1983 — Queensland
Argiope legionis Motta & Levi, 2009 — Brazil
Argiope levii Bjψrn, 1997 — Kenya, Tanzania
Argiope lobata (Pallas, 1772) — Old World
Argiope luzona (Walckenaer, 1841) — Philippines
Argiope macrochoera Thorell, 1891 — Nicobar Islands, China
Argiope madang Levi, 1984 — New Guinea
Argiope magnifica L. Koch, 1871 — Queensland to Solomon Islands
Argiope mangal Koh, 1991 — Singapore
Argiope manila Levi, 1983 — Philippines
Argiope mascordi Levi, 1983 — Queensland
Argiope minuta Karsch, 1879 — Bangladesh, East Asia
Argiope modesta Thorell, 1881 — Borneo to Australia
Argiope niasensis Strand, 1907 — Indonesia
Argiope ocula Fox, 1938 — China, Taiwan, Japan
Argiope ocyaloides L. Koch, 1871 — Queensland
Argiope pentagona L. Koch, 1871 — Fiji
Argiope perforata Schenkel, 1963 — China
Argiope picta L. Koch, 1871 — Moluccas to Australia
Argiope pictula Strand, 1911 — Sulawesi
Argiope ponape Levi, 1983 — Caroline Islands
Argiope possoica Merian, 1911 — Sulawesi
Argiope probata Rainbow, 1916 — Queensland
Argiope protensa L. Koch, 1872 — New Guinea, Australia, New Caledonia, New Zealand
Argiope pulchella Thorell, 1881 — India to China and Indonesia
Argiope pulchelloides Yin et al., 1989 — China
Argiope radon Levi, 1983 — Northern Australia
Argiope ranomafanensis Bjψrn, 1997 — Madagascar
Argiope reinwardti (Doleschall, 1859) — Malaysia to New Guinea
Argiope reinwardti sumatrana (Hasselt, 1882) — Sumatra
Argiope sapoa Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 — Philippines
Argiope sector (Forsskal, 1776) — North Africa, Middle East, Cape Verde Islands
Argiope squallica Strand, 1915 — New Guinea
Argiope submaronica Strand, 1916 — Mexico to Bolivia, Brazil
Argiope takum Chrysanthus, 1971 — New Guinea
Argiope tapinolobata Bjψrn, 1997 — Senegal, Namibia
Argiope taprobanica Thorell, 1887 — Sri Lanka
Argiope trifasciata (Forsskal, 1775) — Cosmopolitan
Argiope trifasciata deserticola Simon, 1906 — Sudan
Argiope trifasciata kauaiensis Simon, 1900 — Hawaii
Argiope truk Levi, 1983 — Caroline Islands
Argiope versicolor (Doleschall, 1859) — China to Java
Argiope vietnamensis Ono, 2010 — Vietnam


Spiders of Sabah  April 05, 2018 12:30:44 AM

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