In honor of October here’s a Pumpkin Patch tarantula! (not mine she’s hiding)
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In honor of October here’s a Pumpkin Patch tarantula! (not mine she’s hiding)

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Hello, i live in California and i was wondering if you could tell me what this little guy is. 
AS: you found a Labyrinth orb weaver! 
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Hello, i live in California and i was wondering if you could tell me what this little guy is. 

AS: you found a Labyrinth orb weaver! 

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Pink Toe in her leaf tunnel 
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Pink Toe in her leaf tunnel 

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Bark Crab spider guarding her egg sac
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Bark Crab spider guarding her egg sac

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"I made this"
Huntsman mama on egg sac
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"I made this"

Huntsman mama on egg sac

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I think I accidentally interrupted dinner. lol
AS: funnel web/grass spiders are so cool! nice picture!
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I think I accidentally interrupted dinner. lol

AS: funnel web/grass spiders are so cool! nice picture!

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I have another spider for you! I found this cutie on one of my sunflowers. Sorry it’s a little hard to see.
AS: thats a kind of Marbled orb weaver Araneus marmoreus! neat picture! i love sunflowers
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I have another spider for you! I found this cutie on one of my sunflowers. Sorry it’s a little hard to see.

AS: thats a kind of Marbled orb weaveAraneus marmoreus! neat picture! i love sunflowers

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I’ve never seen a spider like this before and wondered if you might know what the pretty little thing is. It almost had a rainbow sheen to it.
AS: that a phiddipus sp. jumping spider who is very ready to lay her egg sac! she’s huge!
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I’ve never seen a spider like this before and wondered if you might know what the pretty little thing is. It almost had a rainbow sheen to it.

AS: that a phiddipus sp. jumping spider who is very ready to lay her egg sac! she’s huge!

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Found this beauty beside my shed this afternoon! Would love to know what exactly he/she is.
Totally in love with your blog by the way.
AS: this is an English cross spider! a type of orb weaver :) great photo and thanks!
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Found this beauty beside my shed this afternoon! Would love to know what exactly he/she is.

Totally in love with your blog by the way.

AS: this is an English cross spider! a type of orb weaver :) great photo and thanks!

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buggirl:

Female Encyosaccus sexmaculatus, Orb Weaver.  These spiders are endemic to the Amazon.  They look like cartoon characters!
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love these guys, so neat!

buggirl:

Female Encyosaccus sexmaculatus, Orb Weaver.  These spiders are endemic to the Amazon.  They look like cartoon characters!

Pledge a dollar to research in the Amazon here

love these guys, so neat!