birdwatchers - spiderwatchers?

Subject: birdwatchers - spiderwatchers?
From: "Lynne Kelly" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 22:00:11 +1100 (EST)
> From: Carl Clifford <>

> There are several Herpetology groups at least 3 Frog groups,a native
> fish group, at least one Arachnology group ...

I know about the Australasian Arachnology Society who produce the journal,
Australasian Arachnology. That group is mostly professional
arachnologists, research students and odds and sods like me. But it never
meets as a group to go out twitching like birders do. Is there another
specific spider group I don't know about [she says optimistically]? I
would love to go out spidering with other people!


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