The Comb-footed Spider has a mottled light brown body.
build untidy tangle webs against walls and among leaves on trees and shrubs. The web may include a curled leaf as a retreat for the spider.
insects caught in the tangled web
The female constructs several white silk egg sacs, which are secured within the web retreat. The female stays with the eggs until they hatch. The spiderlings then disperse. The spiders mature during summertime and live for about two years.