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01-12-2019 08:53 AM
ECIN Must be a SLOW - News day
01-11-2019 09:46 PM
melbrod If they stay on their side of the room, I'll stay on mine....we'll be just fine.

I never kill them; I just call my son into the room to catch them and take them away to a better place. Out of my sight.
01-11-2019 09:39 PM
4x4bike ped I love spiders... I will say, that walking down my stairs in the early morning, in late summer or fall,I have to be careful of the over night webs that have bee spun in my path.

The most common is the "Cross Orb Spider". They start out the size of a pin head, yet within weeks have a body the size of your thumb nail. They are very beneficial to your garden and the environment in general. Generically, we refer to them as "Garden Spiders"

Cross Spider Facts - NatureMapping

John
Portland OR
01-11-2019 09:10 PM
melbrod Well, I guess I won't be visiting you anytime soon. LOL During the rainy season.....
01-11-2019 09:01 PM
CRDobe We have similar here in Costa Rica during the rainy season. They are everywhere and I'm always running in to the webs!
01-11-2019 07:49 PM
melbrod
Raining Spiders??

I'm never ever going to any of these places LOL


https://www.foxnews.com/science/rain...nge-phenomenon

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