This Silver Argiope Spider spun its web on a
where it could
catch little bugs that searched for food in the delicate white
tender morsel is wrapped snugly in webbing to be consumed later.
Another spider snack is either being wrapped or eaten; I couldn't pause
long enough to find out.
I'm not sure why the spider ignored this
frayed Atala Butterfly that got caught in the web.
In this photograph of the Silver Argiope spider and web, you can see
four areas of the classic garden orb weaver zig-zag web design patterns.
One of those (singular) is called stabilimentum, and more than one are
Pronunciation: 'web designs'