LOOK WHAT I FOUND TODAY

This morning when I was doing my round in the garden I saw a little white spider on one of my fuchsia plants, I think it is a crab spider.

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CAN YOU SEE THE SMALL CLUMP OF BLACK ON ONE OF THE SMALL LEAFS ? COULD THESE BE HER EGGS ???? NORMALLY SHE IS WHITE BUT SHE CAN CHANGE INTO BRIGHT YELLOW ON A YELLOW FLOWER ! SHE NEEDS 10 TO 24 DAYS TO TURN YELLOW AND ONLY 6 DAYS TO TURN WHITE AGAIN.

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    1. I find them really beautiful. I have Always been afraid of spiders but this one I find cute. Last year I saw the very first crab spider in my life, I think they moved here what with the climate change; we keep getting more and more insects we never had over here….

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      1. I like spiders (obviously)! Hopefully the spiders have moved up to eat all the bad bugs that also moved up. It’s incredible how it is so easy to see these changes when you are close to the Earth.

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            1. All spiders are useful I know that, but when they are in my house they scare me a lot, not when I meet them in the garden. My worst fear is that one will walk over my face when I am asleep……

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