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Extension > Garden > Diagnose a problem > What insect is this? > Garden Pests > Insect relatives: Spiders, millipedes, centipedes, sowbugs, etc. - 1 to 2 inches long > Black and yellow argiope spider

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Black and yellow argiope spider

Argiope aurantia

Black and yellow argiope spider 1

Jeff Hahn, University of Minnesota

Black and yellow argiope spider 2

Alex Field

Size: Up to 1 inch long

Where/When: Builds web in gardens or among tall grass.

Significance: Harmless to people, bites are extremely unlikely.

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