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Everyone agrees that spiny orb weavers (Gasteracantha canciformis) make wonderful webs...
Let me tell you, they're not so wonderful when a fleet of them invade your pool enclosure.
Flashback to The BLOG Spider Pool 2007:
Loving spiders is a relative thing.
[click to enlarge if you dare]
Spiders, snakes and bats want to be our friends. They can't help being ugly.
However, the enlargement was really terrifying. I would like to unsee that. :-)
Yea, but give them some LSD and see what happens.
Spiders are our friends, i find them fascinating. That does not mean, of course, i would want to run into a lot of poisonous ones, like the invasion at Sweetie’s old museum. You don’t want details.
Ed Bonderenka: My remarks were a lot more colorful than 'wow' upon entering our pool enclosure. More like a long list of invectives.
Jan: I can't blame the crab spiders for wanting to hang out by the pool, but they aren't welcome here. BTW you commented on the 2007 post when I actually counted the spiders. I can't believe how time flies.
Kid: Yes, they lose their little spider minds and make wretched webs. It's sad, really.
Messymini: You can't leave us hanging like that! We will now pester you until you spill the details.
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