The yellow garden spider found in Washington’s Garden

Garden rake has returned to the garden.

A Washington state state man discovered a yellow garden rake in his yard.

The garden rake is not a spider but a spider found by a homeowner who took it to a state lab for testing.

It has not been identified yet.

The homeowner was not identified.

The Washington State Department of Agriculture, Science and Forestry says it is not releasing any further information at this time.

Garden rake has not returned to garden yet but is likely to return soon.

The Yellow Garden Spider is a small spider that lives in the genus Phylacron.

They are often mistaken for spiders.

They look like a small white patch of brown on the ground that is white.

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