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Re: Spider

Jim, just now looking through a stack of old magazines for 
pictures for an educational exhibit on native plants I 
happened on an article about garden spiders which
featured a picture of yours.  It is an orange garden spider,
(Argiope aurantia).  Serendipity?
 The piece is in the May/June 2000 issue of The 
American Gardener.  If you're not the sort of pack-rat 
I am, you might find it at the library - if you're that interested.  

In a message dated 07/05/2005 8:57:18 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
lyoung@grindertaber.com writes:
> Ms Fatma discovered this cool looking spider on the veranda this
> morning.
>         http://hort.net/+YTz

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