Life as a hermit; life in a cave

Malabar Hermit Spider (Nephilengys malabarensis) joanna yeo

// Malabar Hermit Spider (Nephilengys malabarensis) //

Juvenile retreating into the web “cave”

Hermit crabs hide in their shell when danger is near, while hermit spiders retreat into their  tree trunk web “cave”. Both aren’t true hermits though. They love  to be in the company of good  friends and great food. Some humans, on the other hand, exhibit true hermit characteristics…

April 2014, Singapore

(Disclaimer: Identity for this spider is not confirmed.)


3 thoughts on “Life as a hermit; life in a cave

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