If you’re not familiar with nursery web spiders, they’re a small but very distinctive type of spider that can be found in the wild in places such as Australia and New Zealand.
They can be extremely dangerous to people, and they are very active at night.
However, their web is often extremely difficult to see, so we decided to see if we could catch them in the dark.
A nursery web was born as a result of our research.
The photos below are from an encounter with a nursery web in Melbourne, Australia.
It’s a pretty cool experience to see a nursery spider in the light, so to get the best picture we decided on the most dramatic photo, with the spider curled up and in a ball, surrounded by branches and leaves.
When we put the photo up on Facebook we were met with a massive response.
The nursery web’s web was incredibly difficult to identify, and the photos were so unique that we decided not to post the photo until we had it properly identified.
We did have one commenter tell us that it was a “big spider”, which is definitely true, but it’s also not a spider that we could tell apart with our eyes alone.
We’re not sure how this little spider managed to survive a night in the sunlight, but we’re definitely going to take the time to learn more about it.
The photos above show a close up of the web as the spider curls up, but you can see more in the second picture, where the spider is curled up again.
You can also see the spider’s web wrapped around the back of a house, which is something you won’t often see in the nursery web.
The second photo above is a closer look at the web of the nursery spider.
This is the web that was caught by the camera in this encounter in Melbourne.
It’s a really unique photo.
It shows a very large spider curled around a tree, with branches and branches covering it up.
And finally, the nursery spiders web is wrapped around a leafy branch.
While the nursery is often seen as a dangerous species, the spiders web does have a few positives.
They’re known to be active at all times of the day, and can be very effective at removing their webs if disturbed.
They also seem to be very happy to be in a bright light, and are often seen curled up in the shadows at night in a darkened room.
If you see one of these nursery web crawling spiders, please let us know how it’s doing!
And while this photo was captured in the middle of the night, we would still recommend it if you are on a dark night and you don’t have a flashlight or a torch.