Foggy Spring Meadow of Funnel Spider Webs in Morning Dew
Last Thursday we had a convergence of sorts in Auburn where super high humidity came in and stayed overnight, leaving us with thousands upon thousands of Funnel Spider webs on the ground. The common Funnel Web spiders derives its name from the unique webs it spins. The Funnel Web spider kills garden pests, but the bite of this common spider is harmless to humans.
After receiving a few texts and messages on Twitter to get out there and shoot some of these I did, but I didn't have to go far, just down my driveway. The last image on this set you can see the funnel where the spider was sitting, not wanting to come out and see my camera. I love the beauty God creates in nature, there is just always something new and changing for us to see.
- How Spider Walks Without Sticking to Its Own Spider Web (neatorama.com)
- Silkworms spinning spider webs (physorg.com)
- Splendor in the Grass (Hill-Stead Nature Blog)