With nowhere to hide from predators, this cryptic Bolas Spider (Ordgarius sp.) conceals herself against her own egg sac. Together, they appear like little more than a clump of old cobweb or detritus hanging from the underside of a leaf. These remarkable spiders are deceptive not only in their appearance – they also use chemical trickery. By emitting a scent that mimics the pheromones of female moths, they lure male moths within easy reach. These are then snared by a ‘fishing line’ of silk, tipped with a droplet of sticky glue. Sarawak, Malaysia (Borneo).