Field Spider Web

Field Spider Web

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Credit: KENNETH H. THOMAS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Field Spiders construct webs that in early morning are mostly covered with condensation (dew) depending on the evening temperature and air currents. The dew is formed by the cooler morning air meeting the warmer land. As soon as the sun arrives, the warmer air stirs up the wind and begins to dry up the water on the web. Ludlow, MA, USA.

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