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originally posted by: Naturallywired
You better hope she hasn't mated for the season and starts laying eggs. Each eggsack can muster up to 900 spiderlings. Don't worry most will canabalize each other, but the others being very tiny can escape through tiny crevises, cracks or screens.
The female creates papery egg sacs that contain between 200 and 900 eggs each, according to NCSU. The eggs hatch after about 30 days.
Black Widow Spider Facts
A centimeter? Maybe half that. And She will not attach it to something out in the open either, most likely it will be out of site under some structure in her surroundings.
originally posted by: Another_Nut
a reply to: Naturallywired
Arnt they cute!!
And the sac is more than noticeable they are about a centimeter or so