Spiders of Western Canada

Paperback | April 1, 2016

byJohn Hancock, Kathleen Hancock

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The world of spiders of western Canada is not just restricted to the creepy crawlers you see buried in the petals of your rose bush or climbing up the water pipe. Some spiders spin webs; others employ other methods to capture prey. Some spiders are microscopically small; others are big and hairy. Most spiders here do not cause any harm to humans, but some people find them frightening. Not so John and Kathleen Hancock. They have spent their lives studying these creatures. Now living near Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, they have put together descriptions of these creatures and their habitats and habits, drawings and photos of the spiders of western Canada.

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The world of spiders of western Canada is not just restricted to the creepy crawlers you see buried in the petals of your rose bush or climbing up the water pipe. Some spiders spin webs; others employ other methods to capture prey. Some spiders are microscopically small; others are big and hairy. Most spiders here do not cause any harm...

John Hancock & Kathleen Hancock

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 10 inPublished:April 1, 2016Publisher:Lone Pine PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1551059169

ISBN - 13:9781551059167

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