ARGIOPE RIPARIA AND ITS PARASITE ICHNEUMON ARANEARUM, AND ITS PARASITE A CHALCID FLY

Frederick Clarkson
1890 Canadian Entomologist  
The nests ofArgiope ripariawere unusually abundant las autumn in the neighborhood of this city. During the preceding summer this gayly colored, but atrocious looking spider, could be seen stationed in the centre of its well formed geometeric web on nearly all of the low shrubbery in the uncultivated portion of Centra Park.
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