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Photo#175649
Feather-legged Spider - Uloborus diversus

Feather-legged Spider - Uloborus diversus
Palm Desert - The Living Desert, Riverside County, California, USA
March 30, 2008
Size: around 3 mm
Another unwanted species in the butterfly house.

Moved
Moved from Uloborus.

Question
Statement here claims only one in California

Nice image.
Great image, but I wonder why this is "undesirable," even in the butterfly house. I'd be surprised to see one of these take down a butterfly....

 
I asked that
and the answer was any web is undesirable. The web was still big enough for a butterfly to get caught in.

 
Well,
why don't those butterflies just watch where they're going? Stupid butterflies.

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