Nature’s web

Nature’s web: A Giant Wood Spider spotted near Savri waterfall, Netravali, Sanguem. The giant wood spider is a species of arachnid found in India and in other Asian countries. Interestingly, it is the adult female which grows to about 2-4 inches; almost a giant in comparison to the male, which grows to less than 10 mm. While the male is reddish brown in color, the large yellow spots at the joints of the limbs of the female is the distinguishing characteristic of this species

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