Orb weaver spiders appear larger at the end of the season because the abdomen full of eggs is growing. They may look nasty, but most people have nothing to fear. The spider won’t attack unless it feels threatened.
Orb weaver spiders appear larger at the end of the season because the abdomen full of eggs is growing. They may look nasty, but most people have nothing to fear. The spider won’t attack unless it feels threatened. BECCY TANNER Tribune News Service
Orb weaver spiders appear larger at the end of the season because the abdomen full of eggs is growing. They may look nasty, but most people have nothing to fear. The spider won’t attack unless it feels threatened. BECCY TANNER Tribune News Service