I cone home from a trip to find several black spiderwebs in my room, are they poisones?
I suspect the webs in your room turned black from dust, since the only picture of a black spider web I could find had a comment beneath it stating it was covered in coal dust. Spider webs are made from spider silk produced in the spider’s abdomen. This silk is made from proteins such as fibroin and sericin and is definitely not poisonous. You can clean up the webs in your room like any other spider web.
I was not able to find any sources that mention spiders that produce black webs, but this may be interesting to you; the website I have provided lists various webs that spiders make for different reasons.
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