You are viewing a "Macro" video of a spider weaving a web. The challenge of this recording was getting a clear, in focus image of the spider. Equipment used was a FujiFilm S5000 Digital Camera and an old magnifying glass. The trick was to hold the magnifying glass at the correct distance in front of the camera while maintaining the same distance between the camera and spider. Now, about the spider: this spider is about the size of a small (and I mean small) green pea. As you view the video here are a few things to watch for. The strand of webbing is emerging from the black "cone-shaped" appendage on the abdomen of the spider. Every few "mm" it will pause and touch this cone-shaped apendage to the strand it is hanging from. Notice it is "gluing" the web to the strand when it touches its abdomen to that strand. Any knitters will appreciate watching it use one of its arms to twist some of the web around as it spins its web. When it reaches a leaf at the end and begins to return, it will go to extreme on the leaf to anchor the web because it is turning around to weave the web back in the opposite direction. At the last, you will see it release the top strand and grab hold of the strand it just wove and begin to use that to start the next line... ENJOY!