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This large female black widow (~18 mm) was found on a 5 foot web in Westminster CA on 11/18/2006. This photo shows the textbook red hourglass on the abdomen as well as the legs and mouth.

Author: Chepyle


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Black Widows are nice spiders. Once I had a female and her nest right outside my patio door. I left her alone and she left us alone. I was sorry when the exterminators came and ruined her nest. In Arizona, we also have scorpions walking across the floor while we watch TV.

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