The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Life of the Spider by J. Henri Fabre:|
The smallest garden contains Epeirae, all accomplished weavers.
In my enclosure, which I have stocked carefully with the most
famous breeds, I have six different species under observation, all
of a useful size, all first-class spinners. Their names are the
Banded Epeira (Epeira fasciata, WALCK.), the Silky Epeira (E.
sericea, WALCK.), the Angular Epeira (E. angulata, WALCK.), the
Pale-tinted Epeira (E. pallida, OLIV.), the Diadem Epeira, or Cross
Spider (E. diadema, CLERK.), and the Crater Epeira (E. cratera,
I am able, at the proper hours, all through the fine season, to
question them, to watch them at work, now this one, anon that,
The Life of the Spider