Common Spiders of Washington

Common Spiders of Washington

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Michael Bush, Regional Extension Specialist, Yakima County Extension, Washington State University, Union Gap, WA, Todd Murray, Unit Extension Director, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, Sharon Collman, Extension Educator, Snohomish County Extension, Washington State University, Everett, WA, Dave Pehling, Extension Educator, Snohomish County Extension, Washington State University, Everett, WA, Dale Whaley, Regional Extension Specialist, Douglas County, Washington State University, Waterville, WA, Richard Zack, Regional Extension Specialist, Department of Entomology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Spiders are commonly found in the Pacific Northwest. These photos and descriptions of common varieties should ease fears over encounters in darkened hallways.
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Published September, 2018

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