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Michigan Spiders
     

Michigan Spiders

by K. J. Ester
 

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Michigan Spiders is the best guide on what spiders are in Michigan that you will find on the market.

Find out what spiders are dangerous and which ones are harmless. What they look like and more.

Learn about the myths of the Black Widow and the Brown Recluse. Are they really in Michigan? Learn what the most dangerous spider in Michigan is, and how to

Overview

Michigan Spiders is the best guide on what spiders are in Michigan that you will find on the market.

Find out what spiders are dangerous and which ones are harmless. What they look like and more.

Learn about the myths of the Black Widow and the Brown Recluse. Are they really in Michigan? Learn what the most dangerous spider in Michigan is, and how to recognize it.

Everyone has heard the story of how the Daddy Long Leg is the most venomous spider in the world but its fangs cant penetrate human skin. Stop trusting in stories and start learning the truth.

At the time of its publishing, this book has more information and more spiders than the website it is named for.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044591172
Publisher:
K. J. Ester
Publication date:
06/17/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Born and raised in Michigan, I have struggled to survive in the unstable field of automotive design and have seen my career, as well as my life, start from scratch more often than any man should. I was married in 2003 and that will always be the best day of my life. I have been a life long Detroit Lions fan and am the owner of Michigan Spider, a blog about the spiders we find in Michigan. In 2003, along with getting married, I learned I had a love for writing fantasy that equaled my love for reading it. I have never dealt with writers block and I do not believe I ever will, for I have more trouble shutting my imagination down, to sleep at night, than I have prodding it back to life again.

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