Zygiella x-notata (Clerck, 1757)
(a missing-sector orb-weaver spider)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesZygiella x-notata (a missing-sector orb-weaver spider)
GenusZygiella (missing-sector orb-weaver spiders)
FamilyARANEIDAE (orb spiders, orb-weavers)
OrderARANEAE (spiders)
ClassARACHNIDA (mites, spiders, false scorpions, harvestmen etc.)
SubphylumCHELICERATA (a subphylum of arthropods)
PhylumARTHROPODA (arthropods)
SuperphylumECDYSOZOA (skin shedders)
CladeBilateria (bilaterally symmetrical animals)
SubkingdomEUMETAZOA (metazoans)
KingdomANIMALIA (animals)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Zygiella x-notata (a missing-sector orb-weaver spider) :
1: Zygiella x-notata (a missing-sector orb-weaver spider)
8 Nov 2015 OSGR: SY67 50° 30' N, 2° 30' W Vice County: Dorset (VC 9) England
Female, on outside of front door
Image 1: Female - antero-dorsal view - close-up - magnified - silver backgroundImage 2: Female - dorsal view - enlarged - silver backgroundImage 3: Female - dorsal view - enlarged - white backgroundImage 4: Female - face - antero-dorsal view - magnified - silver backgroundImage 5: Female - lateral view - enlarged - silver backgroundImage 6: Female - ventral view - enlarged - silver backgroundImage 7: Female - ventral view - enlarged - white backgroundImage 8: Epigyne - microscope low magnification
2: Zygiella x-notata (a missing-sector orb-weaver spider)
16 Sep 1968 OSGR: TQ20 50° 50' N, 0° 10' W Vice County: East Sussex (VC 14) England
in corner of garage door
Image 1: Two females with cranefly prey

Zygiella x-notata (a missing-sector orb-weaver spider) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

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