wild-guy:

Peacock Spider (x)

"hey baby, hey"

wild-guy:

Peacock Spider (x)

"hey baby, hey"

Peucetia viridans Green lynx spider on egg sac, a variety native to the Congo
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Peucetia viridans Green lynx spider on egg sac, a variety native to the Congo

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Is this a spider? It has 8 legs, but it looks more like an ant. lol
AS: No it’s a solifugid or solifugae, a member of the arachnid family but are not spiders even though these are commonly known as camel spiders, these guys are more closely related to scorpions
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Is this a spider? It has 8 legs, but it looks more like an ant. lol

AS: No it’s a solifugid or solifugae, a member of the arachnid family but are not spiders even though these are commonly known as camel spiders, these guys are more closely related to scorpions

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marbled orb weaver close up
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marbled orb weaver close up

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Red Spiny/Jeweled orb weaver
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Red Spiny/Jeweled orb weaver

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White lady/ wheel spider
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White lady/ wheel spider

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Haplopelma lividum – another blue species for your blog ;)
AS: what  a stunning tarantula! beautiful
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Haplopelma lividum – another blue species for your blog ;)

AS: what  a stunning tarantula! beautiful

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So I ran into this lil guy back in July, actually, near Salt Lake City. They were pretty large and I think they’re some kind of orb weaver, but do you have any idea what species?
AS: it’s a Western Spotted Orbweaver, Neoscona oaxacensis which can come in a variety of colors and patterns :)
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So I ran into this lil guy back in July, actually, near Salt Lake City. They were pretty large and I think they’re some kind of orb weaver, but do you have any idea what species?

AS: it’s a Western Spotted Orbweaver, Neoscona oaxacensis which can come in a variety of colors and patterns :)

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Anonymous asked: I think i just saw a Jumping Spider but i'm not sure. It was a gray-brown color, looked kind of fluffy and had a blood orange spot on it, and couldnt have been bigger than a penny. What spider do you think it is?

sounds like a male red backed jumping spider Phidippus johnsoni

or maybe Phidippus formosus

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mister-boss asked: [heavy breathing] Nephila clavipes

[heavy breathing intensifies]

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