While Australothele Nambucca prefer to construct thick sheets of silk between crevices and logs, they don't leave any surfaces in between untouched, preferring to coat them in many smooth, fine layers on silk which result in the above Image. She is not even halfway done with this bark piece yet
@FrDoc sorry for the double reply, only half my first response posted for some reason.
They do definitely make some neat areas like this, but when it comes to connecting anchor points it's just like thick T webbing; generally neat central webbing surrounded by random messy streaks that look haphazardly placed. But they are basically our closest equivalent to a GBB in terms of behaviour