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Send in your webs! I have heaps of photos of spiders, but very few of webs, so send them in!   I'll pick a "WEB OF THE MONTH " or maybe year going by the lack of photos at present, and feature it in larger size. There are 2 types of spiders, the hunting spiders like the wolf spiders and tarantulas and the web spinning spiders like the Argiopes and Garden Orb Weavers. All spiders can spin silk but only the web spinning spiders spin webs for their homes.  Many thanks for allowing me to use these photos. All photos are copyright to their owners and may not be reproduced without permission.

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Winner this month is Eddie's lovely shot of water on a web! Congratulations Eddie.!!

26 July, 2006:
Hi Glen, A few more for you. Cheers, Eddie
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12 July, 2006:
Hi Glen,
Haven't sent you a photo for a couple of weeks or more, found this one on a walk yesterday after the rain had finished.
Regards,
Eddie
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12 July, 2006:
Hi again,
Not the same web as the other photo, but I like the web under the water droplets.
Regards,
Eddie
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3 July, 2006:
Love your website!!! We come across so many spiders in and around this house and we are scared to death of spiders, but I always try to take pictures to try to identify them later. Amazingly enough, we never knew this web existed until it was dark outside! Any way, I know you enjoy web pictures, so here you go enjoy! And if anyone else wants to use this picture for any reason, they are welcome to it. Brandi

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3 July, 2006:
Alright. Now I think I am fascinated by spiders...I now do respect them way more than I used to...specially after I got bit. But oh well, this email is to send you a few pictures I have in my archives taken by me. I love photography, so hopefully now that I'll be more on the look out for spiders, I will be able to send you more good ones.
Here's my humble contribution for your web site. Expect more... Best regards,
Carolina LaBranche
Charlotte, NC

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22 June, 2006:
Glen,
How about this web? Could this be a US Hobo Spider funnel web? I seem
to have several of these funnel shaped webs outside my house in Provo Utah.

Thanks
leo

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22 June, 2006:
Glen,
How about this web? Could this be a US Hobo Spider funnel web? I seem
to have several of these funnel shaped webs outside my house in Provo Utah.

Thanks
leo

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16 June, 2006:
Hi Glen! Glad to see more young Argiopes on your page. Since I finally have one of my own, I will share with you and your site viewers a younger looking one for the Argiope page and the Web of the Month page. (Yay!!) Thank You So Much! Joe

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9 June, 2006:
Hello Glen,
Here are two pictures from me. I am not sure if they are good enough for your site. You are welcome to publish them.  Have a great day,
Julia

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25 April, 2006:
 I took a picture of this spider near El Careyes , Mexico on the Pacific coast and his web looked exactly as if it were spun out of a golden thread. At first I thought it must be covered in pollen, so I touched the web and rubbed it gently, but nothing came off on my fingers. Do you know what this spider is? It was a beautful thing to see. Thank you, Lynn Ulrey

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