Beside Egg Sac
Cryptachaea veruculata is a small spider (body length female to 4mm, male less than 2mm) in small tangled messy webs on plants or built structures. The egg sacs are pinky mauve. Like other Theridiids it is related to the potentially lethal redback spider, Latrodectus hasseltii, but probably too small to cause any great alarm. There are many other similar small Theridiid species common in in suburban gardens. Many are undescribed. This species was moved from genus Achaearanea in 2008.