Black widows make irregular webs with coarse, strong silk, usually near the ground and in secluded places. I can’t find specifics on how strong the widow web is in quantitative terms, but it seems to be among the strongest of spiderwebs — perhaps thanks to their thick silk and messy building habits. You can see some pictures of their webs in the citations — they don’t look pretty, but they do look like they’ve got enough silk in them to be quite strong.
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