Webs are built flat and parallel to the ground, at or around knee-height. The spider sits on, or near it, in a 'tucked' position, and sometimes on the underside of the web, giving it the appearance of a dead flower or piece of leaf. The Cribellate Orb Weaver creates a web that lacks sticky silk. Instead, small prey get tangled in the tiny gaps between the fine threads in such a way that the typical 'glue' other spiders have on their silk is not necessary. The cribellum on the legs allow the spider to 'comb' its web, keeping the fine strands separated until prey enters.
This tiny spider is found in humid, tropical climates and lacks venom. They kill their victims by winding them tightly in silk, squeezing them to death.