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originally posted by: KaelemJames
Hi fellow ATS'ers,
Friends of mine sent me these two photos of a spider nest (golf ball size) with two different species of spiders. The two different species looks like widow babies and Rain spider (Huntsman) babies (to be corrected). Both species in the nest have dead and alive babies crawling over each other, and, neither mothers are visible.
My question is:
Can anyone explain how these two could have ended up in one nest?
Thanks in advance
originally posted by: Kentuckymama
If I looked out my widow and saw that......I'm afraid that I would stampede my children in an effort to vacate the house. Time to move, leave everything and move.
My backyard is infested with black widows. We have been here 3 years now. We tried all the chemicals, nothing worked. I finally last year called The Joe Ford Nature Center and they told me smashing or fire is about all that works. I'm hoping that the fires these last 2 years will have killed them all. Horrible little beasts.