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Sharon Whitehurst: Duly chastened re: shiny black spiders

Sharon Whitehurst writes:
I am now informed and duly chastened regarding shiny black and red spiders! (I wonder if the insignificant brown one that hurried off was the male of the species.]) Husband Jim and son-in-law Matt are quite disgusted that I didn't immediately identify the spider and mash her. I say better a spider than a serpent in my early morning garden paradise! --Sharon Whitehurst
Comments re photo 40892. Whitehurst Diaries: Name that spider

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