Sea Spider (Creature) Synopsis
Sea Spiders are an aquatic arachniform, a creature capable of living and breathing water.
Sea Spider (Creature) Physiology & Ecology
Sea Spider (Creature) Life Cycle & Reproduction
Sea spiders are Hermaphroditic and hugely prolific egg layers, capable of producing many thousands of eggs a year. While some species of Sea Spiders simply let the eggs go free, many collect eggs into a large egg sack, protected by the spiders silk.
Either form adds to the environmental damage done by these creatures.
Sea Spider (Creature) Diet & Trophics
Like a spider, the sea spider has a set of spinnerets capable of weaving a web underwater to catch small fish and other swimming life forms. Their strong and sticky webbing can quickly clog water intake and drainage systems.
Sea Spider (Creature) History & Background
Sea Spider (Creature) References & Contributors
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