Not the best picture so apologies for that but it was hard to get a good pic because this little cutie is so incredibly small, found it sat on the top of a pile of clothes but I have no idea of what type of spider it is.
AS: that is a bark crab spider!
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Not the best picture so apologies for that but it was hard to get a good pic because this little cutie is so incredibly small, found it sat on the top of a pile of clothes but I have no idea of what type of spider it is.

AS: that is a bark crab spider!

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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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Shelob was hanging out of her burrow!

Shelob was hanging out of her burrow!

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!

Brugal my green bottle chillin, Orange Juice my OBT got so big! And Princess my p. Metallica being beautiful :)

Top of Neat Spider. :) Can you identify it? Thank You!
AS: that is a common Orb weaver or Garden spider :) 
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Top of Neat Spider. :) Can you identify it? Thank You!

AS: that is a common Orb weaver or Garden spider :) 

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Pudding molted! (my Honduran curly hair) Here she is giving herself a good cleaning :)

I got to handle a tarantula for the first time ever at the Portland Metro Reptile Expo! Courtesy of South Sound Reptiles (I think)!  I don’t remember the species. :c
As someone who’s handled lots of cockroaches and large(ish) beetles, I was expecting something scratchier and heavier, but they’re so light-footed and dainty, I couldn’t even believe how cute it was.
AS: thats a Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula! and yes they are so light you can barely feel them walking on you!
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I got to handle a tarantula for the first time ever at the Portland Metro Reptile Expo! Courtesy of South Sound Reptiles (I think)!  I don’t remember the species. :c

As someone who’s handled lots of cockroaches and large(ish) beetles, I was expecting something scratchier and heavier, but they’re so light-footed and dainty, I couldn’t even believe how cute it was.

AS: thats a Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula! and yes they are so light you can barely feel them walking on you!

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