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  • Araneae, Spiders of North-West Europe
    Pictures and a short description of the habitat, size, and other interesting facts about spiders in northwest Europe.
    www.xs4all.nl/~ednieuw/Spiders/spidhome.htm
  • Spiders of Australia
    Features pictures of more than 120 species of spiders that were photographed in Queensland, Victoria, and Northern-Territory.
    www.xs4all.nl/~ednieuw/australian/Spidaus.html
  • Spiders
    Spiders site researched and written by Australian schoolchildren. Includes species information, first aid, anatomy, stories, and poems.
    www.spiderzrule.com
  • SEDL: Spiders
    Series of classroom lessons designed to help children appreciate the place spiders have in the world and lessen the fear of spiders caused by misunderstandings.
    www.sedl.org/scimath/pasopartners/spiders/welcome.html
  • Spiders In and Around the House
    Learn about spiders' life cycle, habits, web construction, and hunting techniques. Also find brief profiles of a number of species.
    ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/2000/2060.html
  • Enchanted Learning: Spiders
    Includes spider rhymes, crafts, printouts to color, and other activities for children.
    www.enchantedlearning.com/themes/spiders.shtml
  • Hobo Spider Web Site, The
    Dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge regarding the Hobo Spider (Tegenaria agrestis), Hobo Spider poisoning, and other biting or stinging organisms capable of causing significant reactions in humans.
    www.hobospider.org
  • Darla Kay's Spiders
    See spider photographs and art by DK Sanders-Weatherford and Jon Zawislak. Also learn about spider hoaxes and find links to other photography sites as well as links to societies dedicated to spiders.
    www.uark.edu/~dksander/spiders.html
  • Steve's Australian Spider Pics
    Collection of Australian spider photos, including Golden Orbs and Redbacks.
    spiders.zacharoo.com
  • Spiders in Ohio
    Offers information about the Ohio Spider Survey, an effort to learn about spider diversity and ecology in Ohio.
    www.marion.ohio-state.edu/spiderweb/mainpage.htm
  • Nick's Spiders
    Collection of photographs and information about British and European spiders.
    www.nicksspiders.com
  • Thais Entomology
    Images of butterflies, beetles, and spiders (also in Italian).
    www.thais.it/entomologia/default_uk.htm
  • In Harmony With Neighboring Insects and Spiders
    Offers information and pictures of insects and spiders in the Japanese countryside.
    www.cyberoz.net/city/sekine/harmony.htm
  • Queensland Museum Explorer: Meet Some Spooky Spiders
    Guide to the spiders inhabiting the South-east Queensland region.
    www.Qmuseum.qld.gov.au/nature/arachnids/arachnidswelcome.html
  • Common Spiders Found Around Homes and Buildings
    Features common Kentucky spiders and provdes information about the differnt spider types.
    www.uky.edu/Agriculture/Entomology/entfacts/struct/ef622.htm
  • Spider Conservation in the United States
    Research article about the loss of spider habitat, conservation efforts to save tooth cave spider and spruce-fir moss spider, as well as the possibility of captive breeding of spiders and other arachnid species.
    www.umich.edu/~esupdate/library/97.03-04/skerl.html
  • Myths, Misconceptions, and Superstitions About Spiders
    Learn to separate spider fact from fiction with this online reference to our eight-legged friends. Includes common myths, tips on identifying spiders, and details on what types are most dangerous. From the Burke Museum of Natural History.
    www.washington.edu/burkemuseum/spidermyth
  • Spiders - Australian Museum
    Australian Museum feature dedicated to spiders, the ancient animals with a history going back many millions of years. Learn about spider diversity and life cycles, how different cultures around the world view them, and how to recognize dangerous species.
    www.amonline.net.au/spiders
  • World Spider Catalog, Version 5.0
    By Norman I. Platnick. Offers an extensive bibliography of scientific papers from the 1750s to the present day.
    research.amnh.org/entomology/spiders/catalog
  • Charlotte's Web: The Story Behind the Movie
    Learn how spiders weave webs, eat, lay eggs, and balloon. Includes a brief history of E.B. White and what motivated him to write Charlotte's Web.
    www.awesomestories.com/movies/charlottes_web/charlottes_web_ch1.htm
 


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