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Hammock-Weaving Spider

By Jmag60
Continuing in my “Mad Macro Mode” here's a Hammock-weaving Spider found in our garden.
Common Hammock-weaving spiders build a horizontal hammock-shaped sheet web - hence the name.
The spiders can usually be found hanging upside-down on the underside of the web.

Tags: Spider Close-up and macro Spiders web Hammock-weaving spider

Voters: AVoizechovsky, Peco, Badgerfred and 26 more


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31 May 2020 7:18AM
Great macro shot, Dave.

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milky Plus
16 5 Wales
31 May 2020 3:14PM
Amazing Capture ,Gary milky
Splendid capture and very informative. I am not scared of them. A creature that does scare me is a cow when it comes charging at me in a field a hazard of walking. Debs
1 Jun 2020 1:19PM
Many thanks to all who commented and voted. Smile
All very much appreciated.

John

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