Here is a close up of the cable plate. To prevent the mesh from getting ripped on the corners, a small piece of wood was cut to cover the plate and give some height for the mesh to drape over at the center point. A piece of copper covers the wood.
These both look like ants, don't they? However, the creature you see pictured up top isn't even an insect. Can you guess what it is? Here's a hint: count the legs. Count em? Eight. Eight! Those aren't antennae you see pointing forward, those are the forelegs of a Ugandan jumping spider — a Ugandan jumping spider that really wants you to think it's a Tetraponera twig ant, which is pictured below. Sneaky sneaky!
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