Spider, As An Arthropod Animal

Dead Center
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The spider waited dead center of its web. This was a circular web that, depending on the angle of view, could appear transparent.


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Cicular Web
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A spider in Oregon wove a web that was almost a perfect circle. The strands were so close together that they resembled an old-time 33 rpm record (also called and LP).


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Spider Absent
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A spider web sans a spider was found on Belgrave above Stanyan in San Francisco.


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