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Author:  WAAIGRAS
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This is a Forum for sharing an experience, a problem or some of the fun in the veld. Ask questions, comment on life or write a letter to helen.duigan@veldtalk.co.za

Astri Leroy, SA Spider Club
We had a great time looking for and at spiders in the VeldTalk home ground in March. I took several photos, such as of the Flattie or wall spider (also called rock spiders) Anyhops sp. If anyone took pics and are unsure what spider it was, I can have a look and name the spiders. (astri@spiders.co.za)

For me the most exciting find of the day was a MINUTE brown spider, an adult female about 2 mm from “nose to tail” which I failed to photograph because it was just too small and too fast. I cannot even place it in a family!

Alison Gitelson, Northcliff 
I love reading VeldTalk. I lived for many years in the country - first in Muldersdrift and then Kyalami and even Pineslopes before all the development took place. The newsletter brings back lovely memories of veld, stables, snakes and goggas. We enjoyed the Scorpion Walk, both for the exercise in beautiful surroundings and for the opportunity to share in Jonathan Leeming's great knowledge and enthusiasm for his subject.

Jacobus van Schalkwyk, Gerhardsville 
The Gerhardsville community made a superb job of cleaning up around the area in the Easter holidays. They collected a truck-load full of black refuse bags. Thank you to all who pitched in!

Roy Ncube, Zimbabwe
The March VeldTalk was a blast! I was laughing all the way from beginning to end with all those funny stories of snakes and frogs. The snake that added colour to the collection was the one the dog pointed out! What a lovely chap that dog must be!

 


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