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By tracieh
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Went out to top of my water pans this morning and found this webbing on a few plants. They look healthy? Minus where you can see a deer snacked on them. Im hoping its just an opportunistic spider. ImageImage

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By Panman
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Fungus gnats leave webs like that.
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By tracieh
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I'm glad it's not spider mites! I just got a thrip problem under control on my neps and did not want to deal with something like that again so soon. I had no idea fungus gnats left webs like that!!
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I did a little more research. They leave smaller webs. That is likely an industrious spider.
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