National Geographic : 1933 Aug
Photograph by Henry E. Ewing THE GRASS SPIDER WEAVES A FUNNEL WEB Though her home is usually on lower vegetation, this spinner sometimes builds in evergreen trees, as in this case. She sits near the mouth of the tube (at the arrow point), awaiting her victims (see text, pages 163, 191). MPotograph byHenry IE.Wing THE BOWL AND DOILY SPIDER WEAVES ADOUBLE WEB For her filmy home Linyphia communis spins two sheets, one above the other. The upper, or "bowl," isconcave; the lower, or "doily," isahori zontal plane (see text, pages 163,187; also compare illustration, page 186).