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no, they both make the same
Yes and most female spiders are much stronger and smarter than male spiders.
No. In most cases, female spiders are bigger than male spiders.
Some species of female spiders do eat the male spiders after mating. Since spiders are intraguild predators, meaning that they eat each other, female spiders eat male spiders of the same and other species as food all the time.
Not usually. Markings can differ between male and female spiders of the same species, however male spiders are not usually lighter in color. They are typically smaller than female spiders though.
Famale do not eat male after mating.
because the female is bigger than the male!!!
You have to look at their tail feathers, if its a male the feathers will be messy if its a female the feathers will be smooth
Different species vary - some spiders don't spin webs.. but it is not true that only female spiders spin webs - both male and female do - otherwise how would the male spiders catch their food?
With spiders in trees, the female is larger. With spiders on the ground, males and females are about the same size or, with a few exceptions, the male is larger.
Male and female spiders mate, then the female spider lays her eggs in a safe place where they will eventually hatch out into tiny baby spiders.
Female spiders are hungry. Their bodies need nourishment to support the eggs mating produces. The male spider would not be a help to his children any other way.
they attract spiders
Black Window spiders and Bird Eating Spiders usually eat the male.
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/.
the female eats the male and then breeds
yes but there are exceptions like the funnel web spiders in Australia , in that case the male is 5 times more dangerous than the female
Both male and female spiders produce silk and can build spider webs in most cases. However, not all spiders build webs, the Wolf spider for example, does not.
Female spiders may eat their mates because smaller male spiders are more likely to be prey. Larger female spiders will eat their mates because they are simply hungry.
Because if the female doesn't eat the male, then all the babies will die.
Spiders are not asexual but sexual creatures. They reproduce sexually via internal fertilization. Male spiders spin a sperm web before mating with female spiders.
spiders, scorpions and some other insects
Female spiders have food on their minds almost all the time. They having mating as an objective part of the time. When they have mating on their minds that does not stop them from wanting to eat. Male spiders have several ways of identifying themselves as being of the same species as the female, so that she will let them approach to mate with her. Then most of them have their own ways of keeping the female from eating them as or after they mate. Some male spiders sacrifice themselves. Some female spiders sacrifice themselves to their babies after the babies hatch.Eating the male spider after mating gives the male spider's genes a better chance of survival. So, evolutionarily speaking, it is an advantage to the male to have his progeny get a good start in life. The same is true of the female. Spiders species often live for only once season anyway, so it may be unlikely that either males or females of some species will get a second chance at reproducing.So female spiders eat male spiders because they are hungry, but also perhaps because evolution has not found it expedient in some cases to give the males a good way out. In other cases, however, the males almost always are not eaten. Some female spiders even tolerate males to continue living with them.
you can't make a male lick the female unless the male likes the female.