An Orchard Orb Weaver in Houston, Texas

An Orchard Orb Weaver in Houston, Texas
— This article by Jerry Cates and Troy Bell, first published on 15 December 2012, was last revised on 27 December 2012. © Bugsinthenews Vol. 13:12(02). —————————————– On 8 November 2012 Troy Bell wrote: “Hi Jerry, I found this spider in the back yard and was wondering what species it might be. Attached is a top/bottom ...

Lake Midges & Longjawed Orb Weavers at Walden Marina, Lake Conroe (Montgomery, Texas) 3

Lake Midges & Longjawed Orb Weavers at Walden Marina, Lake Conroe (Montgomery, Texas)
— This article by Jerry Cates, first published on 12 September 2010, was revised last on 12 August 2013. © Bugsinthenews Vol. 11:09(01). The following exposition covers an infestation of non-biting midges and tetragnathid spiders at Walden Marina, on Lake Conroe, in southeast Texas. Populations of these concomitant organisms at many Texas lakes have been ...

An Orchard Orb Weaver in The Woodlands, Texas 2

An Orchard Orb Weaver in The Woodlands, Texas
— This article by Jerry Cates and Christine, first published in August 2007, was last revised on 24 April 2016. © Bugsinthenews Vol. 08:08. ——————————– Christine wrote: “Hi—Me again. Here are the other two photos.” [Editor’s Note: I had received a series of emails from a woman named Abigail, in Houston, in the previous week, ...

A Metaltella simoni Spider, imported from South America, in Arlington Texas

A Metaltella simoni Spider, imported from South America, in Arlington Texas
— This article by Jerry Cates and Jess, first published on 21 February 2010, was last revised on 23 April 2016. © Bugsinthenews Vol. 11:02(10). —————————————– Important Links related to the content of this page: Spider Extermination and Control Spider Bite First Aid The following email was received from Jess, Arlington TX, on the morning of ...

A Longjawed Orb Weaver Spider

A Longjawed Orb Weaver Spider
— This article by Jerry Cates and Sheri, first published on 20 February 2010, was last revised on 23 April 2016. © Bugsinthenews Vol. 11:02(09). —————————————– The following terse and pithy email was received on 19 February 2010: “It looks flat here. When I urged it into a jar it bent it’s legs like most spiders look. ...
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