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  1. Spiders

  2. Flower Spider • They called it the Flower Spider because you find them in flowers. • It does not do webs.Also they walk like crabs. • They eat harmful insects. • Flower Spiders belong to the Family Thomisidae,one of the most colourful and attractive spider families.

  3. Linx Spider • They have 8 eyes.Some of the eyes are green and others yellow. • They are busy all day.They do not spin webs.

  4. Crab Spider • They call it Crab Spider because it runs sideways like a crab.It looks like a crab. • They are always looking for something to eat.

  5. Nusery Web Spider • The nursery spider has eight eyes and eight legs. • The Nursery Spider can have over 200 eggs!!! • The Nursery Spider is a relative of the Wolf Spider.

  6. Orb Weaver • Orb Weavers Spiders are found in Australia. • They have trouble walking on anything but webs. • Orb weavers have 8 eyes.

  7. Jumping Spider • They are less than two centimeters. • The Jumping Spider has four pairs of eyes. • They hunt during day light.

  8. Wolf Spider • They call it the Wolf Spider because they are are furry. Also they are hunters. • They are friendly to people. • They are large and dark.

  9. Barn Spider • They call it the Barn Spider because you could find it in a barn. • It eats insects. • The Barn Spider can be found around houses and barns in the northeast part of the United States and Canada.

  10. Credits • http://www2.lhric.org/pocantico/spiders/barn.htm • http://www2.lhric.org/pocantico/spiders/jumping.htm • http://www2.l h ric.org/pocantico/spiders/crab.htm • http://www.ca.uky.edu/entomology/entfacts/ef622.asp • http://www2.lhric.org/pocantico/spiders/garden.htm • http://www2.lhric.org/pocantico/spiders/lynx.htm • http://www.turtlepuddle.org/alaskan/spiders.html • http://www.amonline.net.au/factsheets/flower_spider.htm

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