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Black-widow spiders are already "in the wild" in Kahului, Maui
Black widow spider sighting on Maui is described in a posting to the Hawaii Invasive Species Committee internet discussion list
In the news
Creepy critter caught in grapes
A black widow spider was found in a bunch of grapes purchased at the Kona Costco (Honolulu Star Bulletin, 11/6/2008).
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