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    False widow spider: small, deadly – and in the UK A cousin of the black widow, Steatoda nobilis has infiltrated these shores and is spreading everywhere. But no one has died yet

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    • Sirena Atlantic

      False widow spider: small, deadly – and in the UK A cousin of the black widow, Steatoda nobilis has infiltrated these shores and is spreading everywhere. No deaths

    • Tammy Field

      Dangerous: Venomous false widow spiders are set to invade Britain's homes as temperatures cool, experts have warned

    • Melanie May

      False widow spider. Not so cute if reports are to be believed but we seem to have a lot of them!

    • john pearce

      False widow spider infestation shuts down schools http://trib.al/YvbSwpr

    • Eric Wilton

      22.10.13.Invasion of venomous spiders closes secondary school

    • Ana C

      False widow spider: small, deadly – and in the UK

    • yuli tseng

      False Widow Spider, London

    • Lois I Brown

      false widow spiders

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