Long-jawed Orb Weavers
عنكبوت رباعية الفكوك
Long-jawed orb weavers are characterized by their long jaws and abdomens and can easily camouflage as twigs. They generally build near-horizontal webs with open centers.
Keeps its legs on the web to detect motion. Retreats quickly if disturbed. Reconstructs its web daily and often found on an incomplete web.
Long-jawed orb weavers feed on insects.
Near or over water in the river valleys and reservoirs of western Jordan, including Amman and Wadi Hidan.