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Fossilized Spider


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Very rare.......most insects and spiders are usually preserved in amber and not in rock.Have you got a photo?


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Noticed its a new member and no response. My “Spidey” senses are vibrating……..


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I have had a bunch coming into my garage hauling a bid egg sack about the size of a small marble. The spiders are about the size of a 50 cent piece or a little larger just gross. I took the egg sack and opened it up and it looked like an egg yolk with 30 little round pods. Very undeveloped. Gives me the hipejeebs.