A short photo hike at Big Pine Tract with an incredible find.
Green Lynx Spiderlings
Each egg sac contains hundreds of spiderlings and well defended by their mother.
Mating season in July, eggs are laid in September, hatching and dispersal between November and early January, and growth from January to June.
After going through their instar stages (life stages| molting egg, postembryo..etc), these spiderlings have a long way to go for such a short amount of life, just one year.
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Categories: Big Pine Tract, Chinsegut Wildlife and Environmental Area, Insects, Spiders
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