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I've been trying to figure out the difference in appearance of a full/empty spider egg sack. This was actually very helpful.:)-S
Hi Sarah EH!Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. Regards
hi my name is coutney todd I am nine years old and I love spiders I study them all by myself. and sometimes with help of my sister bailey she not a big fan of spiders like me but a little fan sortof like me o.k. I have to go so by....
hello my name is bailey I really want to know more about spiders but I know a lot already
Thanks Countney Tood for your visit and comment on my blog. Though I'm not an expert and didn't know much about spiders and other bugs, However I'm interested to shoot them and get information about them. I have a lot of pictures of different kinds of spiders, but due to identification problem I didn't post them here on my blog. Now I will try to post more pictures of spiders as soon as possible.Once again thanks for your comment. Hopefully see you around.
Hi Baily!Thank you very much for your comment. As you know much about spiders, your help regarding spider identification will be highly appreciated.
Hi I have found a very interesting egg case in my garden attached to tree bark, it is quite large and white and you can see yellow eggs inside, however the eggs now appear to have changed colour to brown. can I send a photo of it to you or anyone you can recommend to identify it.ThanksTracy
Hi Tracy!I would love to see you capture and will certainly try to recognize it. There are some bugs recognition sites, but my experience with them isn't very good as they didn't response me even after months. You can send your picture(s) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
hi does anyone know wat website i shall visit to get different types of spiders. i need them for my project. bye!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks Anonymous for the visit and comment. I will recommend two sites spiderzrule.com and bugguid.net. The best way is to Google about spiders, particularly Google images search will show you a lot of spiders pictures. However you should seek for site owner or photographer permission before using any image.
One photo answered a big ? of mine . Thanks !
@Anonymous, Thanks you too. Your feedback is much appreciated.
Hi.I found a flat greyish mark on my wall this morning.When I wiped it off the wall it was light green inside. Would this be related to spiders in any way?Egss perhaps? I am concerned about what has left this behind.It was very flat to the wall almost appearing like a smudge. Thankyou for any advise you can give me.
Hi Friends!Your kind comments, suggestions, corrections and positive criticism are great reward and encouragement for me.