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Their spinnerets silk spinning organs can release one kind of silk or several kinds at once. When food is plentiful these spiders will release large prey rather than risk a fight that may damage their web. Orb weavers live one to two years, on average. Orb weavers are found throughout the world, except for the Arctic and Antarctica. Markle, S. Orb Weavers are usually reluctant to bite. Image Source. They make a zigzag pattern with the non-sticky support lines to stabilize the web.
Orb Weaver Spiders This family of spiders is a very large one and includes over species in over genera worldwide, making it the third largest family of spiders known behind the jumping spider family Salticidae and the second largest family of spiders called Linyphiidae commonly known as Sheet Weavers because of the shape of their webs. Because there are so many different species of Orb Weavers, they differ in colour shape and size. The commonly seen Garden Orb Weavers are 2 to 3 centimetres in length for the female and 1. Most are stout, reddish-brown or grey spiders with a leaf-shaped pattern on their fat, roughly triangular abdomens, which also have two noticeable humps towards the front. Orb Weaver Spiders sometimes have a dorsal stripe which may be white or brown edged with white. Golden Orb Weavers are large spiders with a body length of 2 to 4 centimetres with silvery-grey to plum coloured bodies and brown-black, often yellow banded legs. The males are tiny measuring only 5 millimetres and red-brown to brown in colour.