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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P. Pulcher tarantula female
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P. Pulcher tarantula female

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Her name was Jackie, she live with me more than 5 years, she die in 2012, but she live in my heart for ever, I love her so much and I thank to my father to give me that beautiful present. I will never forget you Jackie, you were my best friend.
AS: what a cutie, sorry for your loss. 
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Her name was Jackie, she live with me more than 5 years, she die in 2012, but she live in my heart for ever, I love her so much and I thank to my father to give me that beautiful present. I will never forget you Jackie, you were my best friend.

AS: what a cutie, sorry for your loss. 

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an Amazonian Saphire Pink toe tarantula Avicularia diversipes
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an Amazonian Saphire Pink toe tarantula Avicularia diversipes

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Found my own Cat Faced orb weaver this evening :)

Found my own Cat Faced orb weaver this evening :)

Found this guy sitting under my mirror. I’m pretty sure it’s a Grass Spider. I live it Ohio and it seems that those are common around here in the summer.

AS: that is actually a Hacklemesh weaver Amaurobius ferox male! they are also very common in Ohio :)

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Can anyone tell me what kind of spider this is? He was a big guy
AS: that is a Barn Spider which is a kind of Orb Weaver :) also it’s a female
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Can anyone tell me what kind of spider this is? He was a big guy

AS: that is a Barn Spider which is a kind of Orb Weaver :) also it’s a female

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A Cellar spider/ Daddy-long legs with her egg sac
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A Cellar spider/ Daddy-long legs with her egg sac

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Another adorable backyard dweller. Good-sized female of unknown species (but a very cooperative photography subject).
AS: what a great picture! very curious little Tan jumping spider 
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Another adorable backyard dweller. Good-sized female of unknown species (but a very cooperative photography subject).

AS: what a great picture! very curious little Tan jumping spider 

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a mother wolf spider with SO. MANY. BABIES.
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a mother wolf spider with SO. MANY. BABIES.

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