In order for the results of this experiment to be more meaningful, a number of changes to the experiment itself would need to be reevaluated. For example, more spiders involved in the experiment would add much needed numerical significance to the data collected. Using only twelve spider across two groups was simply not enough. Also, the species of spiders was not homogenous and that definitely had an effect on the results; although all of the spiders looked similar enough and came from roughly the same environments (residential basements), their specific web making tendencies could have differed dramatically. Thus, the necessity of using the same type of spider and a larger sample are highlighted.