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Send in your webs! I have heaps of photos of spiders, but very few of webs, so send them in!   I'll pick a "WEB OF THE MONTH " or maybe year going by the lack of photos at present, and feature it in larger size. There are 2 types of spiders, the hunting spiders like the wolf spiders and tarantulas and the web spinning spiders like the Argiopes and Garden Orb Weavers. All spiders can spin silk but only the web spinning spiders spin webs for their homes.  Many thanks for allowing me to use these photos. All photos are copyright to their owners and may not be reproduced without permission.

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Once again very hard to decide this month's winner -  Rich Swanner's great  photos are hard to beat but this month the Web of the Month Award goes to the white spider's web.

I have never seen a spider like this before and it and its web are quite unique!! Congratulations.



25 Oct, 2005:

Here's the spider web photo (for real this time)! Thanks.


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17 Oct, 2005:
I came across something I have never seen before although I have lived in the countryside all my 70 years and attach some photos. of it. It is a spiders web on a wall which stretches for .3 of a mile. Also spreads to a barbed wire fence and its posts. I couldn't get a good picture of the web running along the wire but quite a good one of a post. I have no idea which kind of spider this is but there must have been thousands of them and I would like to know! Oh, I should add that they are in Carmyllie in the county of Angus, east Scotland. Regards, John Dorward


Congratulations,  the web in this photos has won the Web of the MOnth Award for October.

17 Oct, 2005:
I have scanned several web sites trying to identify an unusual spider that we have never seen before. I'm attaching a picture in hopes you have it species.
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16 Oct, 2005:

Rain Web. Morning Lights Of Spiderland -Rich Swanner

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15 Oct, 2005:
Hi Glen,

One in the side of a tree trunk.


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11 Oct, 2005:
Hi Glen, These are two of the maybe 7 or 8 of these spiders around the outside  of our house in South Carolina. Hope you like them (we won't even let  the pest control guys take the webs down; they are great to watch!

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7 Oct, 2005:
What happens when a Harley-Davidson 'FATBOY' DOESN'T get ridden often enough!' Steve Mack

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5 Oct, 2005:
After the fog web-Rich Swanner

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2 Oct, 2005:
I took this photo in my backyard. The spider is about 2 inches in length (probably an Orb-Weaver). When the photo is enlarged, the web appears to be 3D. Thank you. J. Puig

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