The female. The female is the only one with a red stripe on its back; the male is small, brown and very inconspicuous.
In most cases, the female spider is larger than the male spider of the same species.
Both are extremely venomous, and will kill a human if a bite goes untreated.
The female spider barely leaves it web. The male leaves its web because it doesnt live long. If youre wondering why its because after the male and female mates the female eats the male spider. Because its not much use anymore for anything. The female spider barely leaves it web. The male leaves its web because it doesnt live long. If youre wondering why its because after the male and female mates the female eats the male spider. Because its not much use anymore for anything.
Female spider. Both male and female spiders spin webs. However, upon maturity, the male spider is usually too busy trying to mate to be bothered with web-spinning.
No. In most cases, female spiders are bigger than male spiders.
The female Redback spider is usually about 1cm long. The male is much smaller at only 3-4mm long.
Yes. It takes a male and a female spider for the female spider to lay eggs. The male spider wraps his semen inside a ball of spider silk and deposits that inside the female. The female spider usually surrounds her eggs in a cocoon made of spider silk.
U know female r more selfish than male. After makeing sex female spider thought that she is now powerful for live. No need male spidr. When female spider pregnant they could not go out for food. then they eat male spiders.
Male and female spiders do not have specialized names like some other animals. Instead they are simply referred to by sex, such as male wolf spider or female black widow.
Yes. An example would be the female red-back spider which eats any male spider that it does not like or feels aggresive towards.
The female spider is much larger in most spiders, such as the bird dropping spider, in which the female is 12mm and the male is 2.5mm. But if you are not sure then try this website http://www.findaspider.org.au/find/spiders/.
Male spiders fertilize the eggs when the eggs are still in the female. (And then very often the male gets eaten by the female; in most spider families the female is considerably larger than the male).
The name black widow spider means both male and female. Even though the name widow means female we can say male black widow spiders.
Every male creature has a penis. Snakes, Whales, ants. You name it. Arachnid (spider) reproduction happens by a male spider going behind a female spider and jumping aboard, holding the females legs down while doing his work. After the intercourse the female spider kills the male spider. The female falls pregnant, lays her eggs and then spiders are born
Only the male platypus has a venomous spur.
gets her reported on the web lol
sometimes a female will eat the male spider after mating
Neither the male nor the female is 'poisonous'. However, the male platypus is venomous, delivering his potent venom through ankle spurs. Female platypuses do not have venom, but they are born with spurs. These spurs fall off by the time the young female is about a year old.
ALL spiders are venomous whether male or female, small or large. The potency of the venom however, differes from species to species.
The most famous male mate-eater is the female Black Widow spider, which is how they got their name.
Yes , it is poisonous to both male and female cats .
The feminine is, ususally, bigger.
they are the same size
a female will say back back a male will say back back back
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