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Letter: Spider identification
Roger Lacy writes:
The attached weblink would appear to identify this as the Black and Yellow Garden Spider, a common species in the U.S. The information in the article says that while this spider may look intimidating, it is harmless to humans. I hope this helps.Comments re: Spider ID requested
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