brain-problem-situation: “sixpenceee: “GLADIATOR SPIDER HUNTING Most spiders spend their time weaving great networks of webs to trap any unfortunate visitor. Rather than take the passive approach, the gladiator spider has inverted the process and.
Peacock Spider (Maratus volans) via giphy: 'The brilliant coloring is not just for decoration but also to attract females. The peacock spider has earned its name when he courts with his mate through dancing.
Banded-legged golden orb weaver (Nephila senegalensis) from Gorongosa, Mozambique. They weave enormous webs of yellow silk - click through for an astounding video of a hand woven golden spider-silk cape.
Camouflage, Gorgeous Footage of a Lichen Katydid Delicately Walking Along Its Matching Branch
In 1995 a group of NASA scientists studied the effects of various legal & illegal drugs on house spiders, specifically on the way they weave their webs. The spider high on marijuana did an ok job weaving, but then got bored/distracted & didn’t finish.
A Lichen Spider hides on a bark at the Erawan National Park in Thailand. Lichen spiders are extremely fast and agile creatures, making them very effective predators, especially with their camouflage skills.