Saturday, January 5, 2013
Watch Out For Those Spiders!
A female spider of the genus Amaurobius protecting her young.
Around the second year of life, Amaurobiidae spiders lay an average of 40 eggs in a breeding chamber spun of silk, where the mother will protect the eggs until hatching. When the young are born, they will consume their egg yolk, and then devour their mother before emerging from the chamber.
As the saying goes, " If you see one, there are many more hiding behind your walls".
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