How heavy is a spider?
The very largest of spiders weigh 6 oz. The smallest are so tiny that most scales would not be able to weigh them.
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They have 8 legs, about 4-9 eyes and 1 jaw.
a black widow spider is 1 gram
kind way -- use a clear glass and a piece of cardboard or thick paper. Slowly put the glass over creature, then use paper to slide under to seal. Shake out outside. Congratula…te yourself for being good to your fellow creatures. unkind way -- vacuum cleaner lazy way -- say, well, it'll eat the other bugs. let it be
Yes, the spinach also rules the window dinosaurs from bag land.
What kind of a question is this it doesnt make any sense
it is a monkey with 5 eyes A spider is a insect with eight legs .And a spider is known as the cousin of the other insect.And it has gum in its body which will be help it to tr…ap its prey and to make its home.[web]
God created them. They also stop insects from becoming to numerous.
Whilst the Appalachian forest spider can weigh as little as 0.1 milligrams when fully grown, the Alaskan wooly-back log spider weighs in at a whopping 2.5 ounces! Giving birth… to only one spiderling in any given season, the wooly-back has the largest birth canal in the spider kingdom, and it's half-ounce young can suckle upto 3 grams of milk in one sitting.
I have one that lives in my eye.
Spiders (order Araneae ) are air-breathing chelicerate arthropods that have eight legs, and chelicerae modified into fangs that inject venom. They are the largest order of a…rachnids and rank seventh in total species diversity among all other groups of organisms.  Spiders are found worldwide on every continent except for Antarctica, and have become established in nearly every ecological niche with the exception of air and sea colonization. As of 2008, approximately 40,000 spider species, and 109 families have been recorded by taxonomists;  however, there has been confusion within the scientific community as to how all these genera should be classified, as evidenced by the over 20 different classifications that have been proposed since 1900.  Anatomically, spiders differ from other arthropods in that the usual body segments are fused into two tagmata, the cephalothorax and abdomen, and joined by a small, cylindrical pedicel. Unlike insects, spiders do not have antennae. In all except the most primitive group, the Mesothelae, spiders have the most centralized nervous systems of all arthropods, as all their ganglia are fused into one mass in the cephalothorax. Unlike most arthropods, spiders have no extensor muscles in their limbs and instead extend them by hydraulic pressure. Their abdomens bear appendages that have been modified into spinnerets that extrude silk from up to six types of silk glands within their abdomen. Spider webs vary widely in size, shape and the amount of sticky thread used. It now appears that the spiral orb web may be one of the earliest forms, and spiders that produce tangled cobwebs are more abundant and diverse than orb-web spiders. Spider-like arachnids with silk-producing spigots appear in the Devonian period about 386 million years ago, but these animals apparently lacked spinnerets. True spiders have been found in Carboniferous rocks from 318 to 299 million years ago, and are very similar to the most primitive surviving order, the Mesothelae. The main groups of modern spiders, Mygalomorphae and Araneomorphae, first appear in the Triassic period, before 200 million years ago. A vegetarian species was described in 2008,  but all other known species are predators, mostly preying on insects and on other spiders, although a few large species also take birds and lizards. Spiders use a wide range of strategies to capture prey: trapping it in sticky webs, lassoing it with sticky bolas, mimicking the prey to avoid detection, or running it down. Most detect prey mainly by sensing vibrations, but the active hunters have acute vision, and hunters of the genus Portia show signs of intelligence in their choice of tactics and ability to develop new ones. Spiders' guts are too narrow to take solids, and they liquidize their food by flooding it with digestive enzymes and grinding it with the bases of their pedipalps, as they do not have true jaws. Male spiders identify themselves by a variety of complex courtship rituals to avoid being eaten by the females. Males of most species survive a few matings, limited mainly by their short life spans. Females weave silk egg-cases, each of which may contain hundreds of eggs. Females of many species care for their young, for example by carrying them around or by sharing food with them. A minority of species are social, building communal webs that may house anywhere from a few to 50,000 individuals. Social behavior ranges from precarious toleration, as in the aggressive widow spiders, to co-operative hunting and food-sharing. Although most spiders live for at most two years, tarantulas and other mygalomorph spiders can live up to 25 years in captivity. While the venom of a few species is dangerous to humans, scientists are now researching the use of spider venom in medicine and as non-polluting pesticides. Spider silk provides a combination of lightness, strength and elasticity that is superior to that of synthetic materials, and spider silk genes have been inserted into mammals and plants to see if these can be used as silk factories. As a result of their wide range of behaviors, spiders have become common symbols in art and mythology symbolizing various combinations of patience, cruelty and creative powers. and a spider is alos a drink ! its when you put a fizzy drink like lemonaid into a tall glass with plain ice cream it dosent do much but its a good drink for a hot day :)
everywhere especilally in dark regions, usually where the sun don't shine.
Easy, a yellow hair-legged spider.
Spider-ism is described as the Verbal, Physical or Sexual Assault or Abuse of an Arachnid Species; be it, scorpion or spider. About 77% of households are home to millions of s…piders and their young. A Spiderist is someone who doesn't give arachnids their rights and obligations.
The heaviest spider crab, captured in 1921, weighed in at 41pounds. For the Japanese spider crab, the largest species, 16 to 18kg is not uncommon. Other species can be much li…ghter, for examplein one north sea species a typical adult would be in the range of 1to 3 kg.
I'm curious to find out the type of spider this is. I live inSouthern California. Has anyone seen a spider that looks like this?