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Glad you like it, Mary!Oh no, Robyn!
You'll be the go-to lady now Laura :)))
OHHHHH,I like it.
I can enlarge the spider pages for you, Lorna. Maybe if you face your fear head-on, it will help you get over it. Or maybe not :o)))Jim...Bob? Page 916? Yikes...I definitely have missed something!The book is facsinating, Floyd. I hope it helps up in the future. Hi Foxy! Yep, there are. There are 497 pages, including the index. That's a lot of creepy crawlies!Ha ha, Snooker. It sure does look like it. Thanks for pointing that out. Makde me chuckle. Yes, Lyndee, the bug-eyed gargoyle, himself. Oh my, Madj. Who will save him from the jaws of the lion?I have, Warbler? Oh no, I don't think I can take the pressure!Here we go...Marmar's cousin can be our official Entomologist!
I have a cousin who has his Doctorate in Entomology. He does seem a little buggy at times, but he is a real nice guy. Thanks LJ, That book will come in handy I'm sure.
Floyd is right, Laura, you just became our North American representative!!!
I always get such a kick out of reading the comments on your postings laurajane :)) I see that you made it to the top of my leaderboard - congratulations! My son is terrified of spiders. In fact if a spider was running towards him from one side and a lion on the other I think that he would run towards the lion :))
....and a praying mantis on the front of it!
And your plant is reaching out its claws to get the book. :)
Hmm... what really concerns me, LJ is the sheer size of your new book - there must be MILLIONS of creepy crawly critters in North America :-)
L:ooks like there is now a reference to insects and spiders that will solve many questions. Thanks Laura.
I liked the photo of "Bob" on page 916 the best! But I don't believe he is 15 meters tall!
Hmm, insects are one thing, but sorry, I couldn't enthuse about a book featuring spiders. I do not do spiders!