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Spider specimens submitted for identification can be mailed like a letter in a common envelope.


Letters in envelopes, even padded or cardboard ones, go through heavy-duty canceling machines in the post office, and any spider that is not protected in a rigid box or bottle will be crushed to powder. Powdered spiders are seldom identifiable!

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