Tropical spider with egg sac

Tropical spider with egg sac

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Caption: Tropical spider (order Araneae) with egg sac. Spiders protect the sacs by attaching them to their webs, hiding them in nests, carrying them in their chelicerae (mouthparts) or attaching them to their spinneret (silk producing organ) and dragging them along. Photographed at Tiputini Biodiversity Station in Quito, Ecuador.

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