When I first saw this I thought it was just a little spider living in my pot which I thought was probably fine.
Today though I happened to see a little bright red bug crawling around my plant. I googled it and found that this is most likely a predator mite which I read is actually beneficial to have and offers no detriment to the plant.
The fact that I have spotted that mite though leads me to believe that the webbing I spotted must indeed be spider mites rather than a normal spider (and that the bright red predator mite I saw must be here for that reason, to hunt them?)
I'm not sure what to do here though as I don't want to stake the life of my plant on the efficiency of my little predator mite haha. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
By the way, I attached some photos of the crater which the webbing fills, as well as some pictures of the plant overall. Not sure if the webbing actually came through on my pictures though. FYI I recently repotted my plant (around a month ago) due to my plant looking a bit unwell. When I did this I found some root rot which I removed. As you can see my plant is flat and I don't know if that is because of the root rot (I have only had my plant for a little bit and I don't recall whether it was flat when I got it... I got it in September time and so I may have ignored any flatness thinking it was to do with the time of year... One thing I can say is my plant definitely wasn't as flat as it is now. First growth since the repotting is coming through now as you can see... hopefully that goes up).