What you're referring to is called metabiosis:
a mode of living in which one organism is dependent on another for
preparation of an environment in which it can live.
The Goby and the Pistol shrimp. youtube video
The video shows these housemates cooperating, the goby, with its capable vision keeping watch, the shrimp, pushing sand and detritus ...
For many species the mother abandons the eggs after laying them and there is no maternal care (sometimes the mother dies after laying eggs, so really no possibility of maternal care). Paternal care is generally completely lacking as well (and sometimes the father is expected to die before hatching). And many of those species are solitary, so not learning ...
Spiders’ ability to weave webs is a classic example of an innate or instinctual behavior. They do not learn to make webs.
The earliest English-language scientific publication that I can find to back this claim is Porter 1906 1, which focuses on variation in the webs of Orb-weaving spiders:
The web of the Orb-weaving Spiders has long been one of the ...