The webbed foot spider, N. bolz Weber, is one of the coolest spiders in the whole world.
The species, from the northern forests of South America, was discovered in Brazil in 2007.
It lives in a forest of up to a meter (yards) in height, and can grow to as long as 30 centimeters (12 feet) long.
The webs are made of a tough, fibrous material called silk that makes them tough to break.
They’re used by spiders for protection, and they are also very attractive.
But there’s a catch: it’s incredibly difficult to spot.
This is because the spiders can only be seen with special lenses, which is extremely hard to use in a field.
The researchers then set up a spider trap in a tree in a Brazilian jungle.
Using special software, they were able to identify the spider.
It’s a very unusual spider.
There are a lot of spiders with webbed legs in the wild, and this one is unique.
The spider is only found in Brazil.
But if you look closely at its webbing, you can see it’s actually made of thousands of tiny spider legs, each of which has its own silk webbing.
This spider has a unique webbing that has been developed by researchers in Brazil, and it’s made of many thousands of silk threads.
They are very tough to crack.
The webbing itself is the most important part of the spider’s web, and the researchers say this webbing is not easily breakable.
It only comes off when the spider touches the surface of the water with its mouth, which makes it extremely difficult to crack and separate.
So the spider can only live on this material, and its web is very, very difficult to break down.
It can live in this forest, but it’s very, extremely hard.
So, we have a very unique spider, and if we can capture it in the field, it’s really special.
It has this really special web that is not readily broken down.