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Spiders are found almost every part of the world. Their bodies are consisting of four pairs of legs, one abdomen and a cephalothorax. There are various sizes of Spiders and the smallest could be of 0.38 mm and the largest could be up to 90 mm. Their eating habits differ from one to another. Most of the Spiders feed on insects but some larger species eat small animals like salters, lizards, millipedes and frogs. There are many cases where spiders have bite humans which have some harm on health of human.

Spider Pictures and Clipart

Spider Internet resources

Spider Pictures and Images
A good resource for spider pictures..

Crab spiders
Crab spiders are no active hunters. They make more use of the camouflage techniques than other spiders and catch their prey with their front legs. Lots of spider pictures.

A Guide to Missouri Spiders
Information about a variety of spider species. Includes spider pictures.

Access Excellence:Research Projects with Wolf Spiders
Research Projects Using Wolf Spiders ...

Orb-Weaver Spiders
Orb-Weaver Spiders

Why can spiders walk on water and we can't? To answer this question, you have to understand a few major ideas.

Spider Anatomy
The anatomy of a spider..

Why a garden spider does not get stuck in it's own web?

Access Excellence:Care and Feeding of Wolf Spiders
Housing Spiders in the Classroom...

Brown Recluse Spider
Information about the Brown Recluse Spider..

Spiders 2000 - spider reports on the tarantula and more
Spider reports on the black widow, trapdoor, tarantula, and wolf spider by grade 3 students at Selkirk Elementary. Original artwork.

The Spider
Learn about the parts of a spider. Pictures included.

Spider Information
Information sheets provide helpful facts about Spiders

Hobo Spider Web Site: The Hobo Spider Story
A section of the Hobo Spider Web Site descibing how the hobo spider, Tegenaria agrestis, the spider actually responsible for the majority of serious envenomations in the northwestern United States got it's name, and made it's place in the scientific history of necrotic arachnidism

You Can - Spider Webs
Why don't spiders get caught in their own webs?

Long-Jawed Orb Weavers & Orchard Spiders
Long-Jawed Orb Weavers & Orchard Spiders


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