> >> >> http://www.moonsgarden.com/
> >> >> imagine being an arachnophobic during that.
> >> > That's just a big social-spider sheet-web, man.
> >> i thot it was like spider facebook and they were networking.
> >> > Spiders can fly. I forget whether it's Spring or Fall, or maybe it
> >> > varies according to species, but they'll spin some web free out into
> >> > the air 'til the wind catches it, and next thing you know you've got
> >> > flying spider.
> >> i knew that and have seen them doing it. its normaly the smaller
> >> spiders i've seen doing it, the money spiders and maye a bit bigger.
> >> last year i found a jumping spider i'd never seen before, it was about
> >> the same size as a zebra jumping spider, but a metalic green and
> >> brown. i have no idea what it is as i couldn't find one like it when i
> >> searched.
> > Ooh-ooh, I've always been a Phidippus fan, even after one nailed me:
> i love thos little ***s. i often catch one on the wall and watch it
> jump from finger to finger, hand to hand. nono thinks they great and
> laughs like crazy when i put one on her hand.
> we get them indoors on the kitchen and dinningroom windowsil during
> the summer, its fascinating the way when you move, they follow you
> with thier eyes.
> > http://www.moonsgarden.com/
> i looked at every pick and didn't spot the metalic green and brown
> > One was on my bare thigh, me wearing shorts, I didn't see it and laid
> > my arm on it, it nailed me on the thigh, felt just like a red-hot nail
> > driven into my thigh, I flipped it to Hell, in five minutes there was
> > a solid red circle a good six-eight inches across on my thigh centered
> > on the bite, in another ten minutes it had faded completely . . . .
> > w00f.
> we only have, i think it is, a dozen or so spiders here that can bite,
> none of them are killers. my mate was***ing about with a garden
> spider and he pissed it off and it bit him. i like the bright scarlet
> ones which i've only ever seen a few of and seem pretty rare.
of its very wide webs that leads to people calling 'em "writing
They usually hang in the woods
until the insect-population drops in Fall
and then you'll see 'em set up closer