yellow spiderlings emerge from their egg sac
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yellow spiderlings emerge from their egg sac

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ceruleanpineapple:

cnuculator:

we must develop a cure for arachnophobia

it will probably involve jumping spiders

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a step in the right direction!

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Here’s my Stout Legged Baboon (E.pachypus) :)Her name is Truffles :D isn’t she the cutest?!
AS: aw i love her name! she is a cutie :)
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Here’s my Stout Legged Baboon (E.pachypus) :)
Her name is Truffles :D isn’t she the cutest?!

AS: aw i love her name! she is a cutie :)

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green huntsman spider Neosparassus_sp 
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green huntsman spider Neosparassus_sp 

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This is Richard - My Western Desert Tarantula Aphonopelma Chalcodes
AS: look at the huge booty
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This is Richard - My Western Desert Tarantula Aphonopelma Chalcodes

AS: look at the huge booty

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My late spider, Uru, who will be missed but will always be remembered as cute ;o;
AS: rest in peace little spider buddy :<
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My late spider, Uru, who will be missed but will always be remembered as cute ;o;

AS: rest in peace little spider buddy :<

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Female jumping spider phidipus sp. with a pretty rad hat
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Female jumping spider phidipus sp. with a pretty rad hat

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just wondering if you know what kind of spider this is. It’s native to the Southeastern US..
AS: a beautiful Funnel web spider Agelenopsissp., she&#8217;s so fat she may be getting ready to lay an egg sac!
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just wondering if you know what kind of spider this is. It’s native to the Southeastern US..

AS: a beautiful Funnel web spider Agelenopsissp., she’s so fat she may be getting ready to lay an egg sac!

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i spotted this cool spider near my front door and it was very calm, i was able to get pretty close to snap a pic! any idea what kind of spider it is? i live in maryland, if that helps!
AS: nice find! thats a female wolf spider Lycosidae sp. carrying her egg sac! they are nomadic (meaning they don&#8217;t make a web) so they bring their babies along with them! once they hatch they&#8217;ll ride around with her on her abdomen :)
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i spotted this cool spider near my front door and it was very calm, i was able to get pretty close to snap a pic! any idea what kind of spider it is? i live in maryland, if that helps!

AS: nice find! thats a female wolf spider Lycosidae sp. carrying her egg sac! they are nomadic (meaning they don’t make a web) so they bring their babies along with them! once they hatch they’ll ride around with her on her abdomen :)

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I found this when I was clearing my back garden!! I think it’s a giant house spider but I’m not sure. If you could let me know what it is that would be great!! I’m in the south of England if that helps. 
AS: that is a Funnel spider, though since you’re in the UK it’s called a Labyrinth spider! or a Giant house spider/Hobo spider, anyway looks like this one’s web was messed up which would explain why it’s out in the open :)
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I found this when I was clearing my back garden!! I think it’s a giant house spider but I’m not sure. If you could let me know what it is that would be great!! I’m in the south of England if that helps. 

AS: that is a Funnel spider, though since you’re in the UK it’s called a Labyrinth spider! or a Giant house spider/Hobo spider, anyway looks like this one’s web was messed up which would explain why it’s out in the open :)

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