Herennia multiplica, sometimes called the “Coin Spider" is a large spider in the orbweaver famly Nephilidae (formerly Tetragnathidae), found across south and SE Asia. As with other golden orbweavers, the female is considerably larger than the male. The female may have a legspread of up to 12.8 cm.

(photos: M. Kutner, Dinesh Rao, Vijay Anand Ismavel)

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    These spiders are called the nope spiders .
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