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Spiders

Spider web catches the early morning dew, and perhaps breakfast. Spider web makes a nice bed in the rainforest. Golden Orb spider. Tiny male cyclotenidae spider compared with a match head. Male green jumping spider, mopsus mormon, tiny but with a very painful bite Bugs and bees. Golden orb weaving spider, nephila. A spider waits on the flower of a beehive ginger plant, zingiber spectabile, for insects attracted by the sweet nectar. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, underside. A spider waits on the flower of a beehive ginger plant, zingiber spectabile, for insects attracted by the sweet nectar. Male green jumping spider, mopsus mormon, only a mother could love a face like that. Spider web lights up with morning dew. It is a fairly large spider who lives inside the gap between the laterite masonry. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, underside, with supper neatly wrapped. Web of tent spider, cyrtophora citricola. Morning mist highlights webs of tent spiders, cyrtophora citricola. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, top side. Tiny jumping spider and its web home. Curly bark of a eucalyptus tree and a spider web. Body of a Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes. Golden orb spider with food store, blue of the lake as backdrop. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, underside. Web of tent spider, cyrtophora citricola. Spider’s nest on a tree. Water harvesting; a spider catches the night dew. A dewy spiderweb on the Sonoma Overlook Trail. Morning mist delineates the spider web. Spider web capturing the morning mist and highlighted by the low sun. Tiny male cyclotenidae spider compared with a match head. A spider waits on the flower of a beehive ginger plant, zingiber spectabile, for insects attracted by the sweet nectar.