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WHEN I WAS A CHILD IN MAINE THERE WAS A FAIRLY COMMON VARIETY
OF SPIDER WHICH STITCHED A HEAVY ZIGZAG DOWN THE CENTER OF
OF ITS WEB. THIS SPIDER WAS COMMONLY CALLED "GARDEN SPIDER."
IF YOU TELL A LIE, THE GARDEN SPIDER WILL STITCH YOUR

Where learned: TENNESSEE ; MAINE ; NASHVILLE

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Animal
BELIEF -- Product or activity of man or animal

Date learned: 08-05-1968

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