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Spider Web

Description:

Small spider webs on the grass with a small hole for entrance.

Habitat:

Semi rural area.

Notes:

Webs discovered on grass early in the morning covered in morning dew.

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2 Comments

oznaturepix
oznaturepix 8 years ago

Thanks lori.tas. :)

lori.tas
lori.tas 8 years ago

Welcome oznature.

Spider webs can be largely divided into "organized", the classic circular, with radiating ribs, joined by spiral arms. Or, "disorganized", like the above. The large number you had in the grass at one times makes me think there was a recent hatching. And that their numbers probably decreased as some moved on, or were eaten.

oznaturepix
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oznaturepix

Gaven, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Apr 23, 2016
Submitted on Apr 23, 2016

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