From the abstract:
In this paper, 319 incidents of snake predation by spiders are reported based on a comprehensive global literature and social media survey. Snake-catching spiders have been documented from all continents except Antarctica. Snake predation by spiders has been most frequently documented in USA (51% of all incidents) and Australia (29%). The captured snakes are predominantly small-sized with an average body length of 25.9 ± 1.3 cm (median = 27 cm; range: 5.8–100 cm). Altogether >90 snake species from seven families have been documented to be captured by >40 spider species from 11 families. About 60% of the reported incidents were attributable to theridiids (≈0.6–1.1 cm body length), a spider family that uses strong tangle webs for prey capture.
Those incidents are listed in the appendix of that paper, and I was happy to see it included at least one iNat observation. It also references another iNat observation demonstrating the opposite (snakes eating spiders).
I just thought this was so cool. Has anyone else here witnessed this happening, with or without photo evidence?