SYDNEY – An Australian woman was shocked when she found out that there was something special already on her terrace. Strange little cats were hanging from the palms, which she had never seen before. She recently turned to Facebook to ask others for help. She quickly found out that it was actually a spider’s egg.
The Sydney resident, who was curious but saddened by what was posted on her palm tree, looked for cancellations on social networks. “Má niekote idea, cho nám rastie z palmy?” commented on the photo she posted on Facebook, reports Yahoo News Australia. You can see three unusual cats hanging from a huge leaf on it. People quickly realized that they already have spider eggs in them.
Ordgarius magnificus, as these peacocks are scientifically known, was also nicknamed “sushi” or “marshmallow” in the past because of their characteristic and colorful characters. Fortunately, they are not dangerous. Even so, it’s scary, one such egg contains up to 600 eggs.
Eggs are created by a female spider. It has a characteristic white color with clear yellow ridges on the belly and many salmon-colored spots. This species likes to stay on original trees in dry or wet Australian forests, but it is not uncommon to appear in suburban gardens.