Hunter spiders can be found all over the world, but they are best known for their huge, shiny webs and piercing red eyes.
The red and blue markings of the spider on the tip of its abdomen are actually a reflection of its prey’s blood, making it look like a glowing green orb.
But these spiders don’t have eyes, and the bright red markings can only be seen through a microscope.
That means it’s hard to tell what the spider actually sees.
Instead, scientists are working on a new kind of spectrometer that can look through these spiders and see the red and green signals.
That technology is already being used to study spiders in Australia and the US.
To make a spectrometric image, you use a spectroscope.
In this case, you take a picture of a spider and a laser beam is focused on the spider’s abdomen.
The laser then heats up the spider to around 350°C (1,200°F), which creates a beam of light that passes through the spider.
The light is absorbed by the spider, which is then reflected back.
The resulting image is then analysed by a computer.
This new technology is being used in Australia to study red-and-blue spider populations, as well as in the US to study the role of red blood cells in the eyes of these spiders.
The Hunter spider is one of the most venomous spiders in the world and can kill hundreds of spiders a day.
If you look at its red and white markings, you can see the spider uses red blood to defend itself.
The spider is also the largest spider in the Northern Hemisphere, measuring more than 15 centimetres (4 inches) long.
The Australian Museum describes the Hunter spider as “the largest orb spider of its kind, with a body length of over 20 centimetre”.
The Australian government has also funded a project called the Hunter Spider Taskforce to study how red blood cell populations are affected by the Northern Territory’s spider-friendly environment.
Hunter spiders feed on a variety of animals, including snakes, small birds and mammals.
There is also a lot of information on Hunter spiders online, so you can easily find the right one for your needs.
You can find out more about the Hunter spiders in this video: