Bird and Moon by Rosemary Mosco for August 08, 2022

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    ikini Premium Member 8 months ago

    Still, I’m glad I’m from the far Northwest corner of the U.S. We have Black Widow spiders, but they are not that venomous that far north. How do I know? My grandmother, an amateur naturalist, let one bite her on the arm. She said it was like a bee sting.

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    TwoCrows  8 months ago

    Ah…spiders. We are inundated with many species here in New Mexico.

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    RonnieAThompson Premium Member 8 months ago

    Thanks, Rosemary, for the good information.

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    Publius10608218  8 months ago

    Since they are so small I haven’t noticed their eyes yet. But the guy putting in our new shower downstairs found one in the wall, so we had to have an exterminator spray the attic. But now my mom is sure every spider she sees is one. Personally I was very surprised to find they look a lot like daddy long legs with skinnier bodies. One positive though is since they sprayed for spiders the ant problem we had since spring vanished.

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    Steverino Premium Member 8 months ago

    Most spiders have their own website.

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    AStarofDestiny  8 months ago

    As a spider lover, thank you for this!

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    AndrewSihler  8 months ago

    All very well, but what does a little spider need the Atomic Bomb for?

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    6turtle9  8 months ago

    Yay for spiders! If I could be a spider for a day, I would.

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    ikini Premium Member 8 months ago

    I’m in favor of anything that eats flys and other bugs.

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