Thousands of spider webs taking over the Rowlett Park
Thousands of spider webs are taking over the Rowlett Park according to news reports emerging on August 11, 2015.
The information gathered by the entomologists of this region stated that the trees of this region are covered by the vast amount of white webs.
Probably, there is a presence of a vast community of spiders in this region. The spiders have found a place for their shelter. The looks of the park have changed.
The webs hang like the shroud from these trees occupying all the empty spaces between the trees. The presence of this kind of an unusual interaction of the insects with nature has attracted a lot of attention of the researchers.
Unknown species are cluttering the trees:
It is seen that different species of spiders also occupy the trees that are 40 feet in height. The numbers may be in thousand and is increasing.
The relevant information regarding the kind of species responsible for creating such huge webs is still unknown. The researchers are assuming that it is the work of the Tetragnathidae species of spiders.
The formation of such vast webs has created a lot of problems for the residents of the area. But this place is attracting a lot of specialists who deals in spiders.
They believe that finding such huge web is the work of the community service of the families of the spiders. Experts are saying that the availability of optimum amount of food handles the communal harmony of the spiders to create such vast webs.