Here is the beautiful Green Lynx Spider from the July 24th post. During the first week of August, she disappeared for a few days and then reappeared in a nearby location, closely guarding the perfect egg sac she had produced.
Here are her many bright green babies with their long, striped, translucent legs, who have recently emerged from the egg sac. Sometimes they all move in unison, like a flock of birds or school of fish, and then suddenly freeze at the same time. When I look at them, I think how they are subject to the same natural order of things that bond both human and animal mothers and their young.