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Australian Peacock Spider

The 'Happy Face' spider of Hawaii.

Australian Peacock Spider

Eye-spot Katydid

During the cold winters, the Alaskan Wood Frog becomes a frog-shaped block of ice. It stops breathing, and its heart stops beating. When Spring arrives the frog thaws and returns to normal going along its merry way! Nature is a wonderful thing!

?????? A new favorite creature in space + everyplace- Tardigrade! 'This little critter is known as a water bear or a #Tardigrade. In 2008 they were the first #animal demonstrated to be able to survive the vacuum of space. They are virtually indestructible survive being blasted w radiation, intense pressures & years of desiccation. Specimens were launched into #space by Swedish scientists & they returned unharmed after 8 days. #microscopic #microbiota #survivor #creature #curiosity #strange ...

Eriophora nephiloides

Skull-mimic spider.

Glass-winged butterfly (Greta species; perhaps Greta oto) is a brush-footed butterfly, and is a member of the subfamily Danainae, tribe Ithomiini, subtribe Godyridina - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Australian Peacock Spider

beautiful purple and gold species of jumping spider found in thailand

colorful spider

Jumping spider macro by Tomas Rak

Devil Mask Spider. E Gads!! Must be from Australia!! They have soooo many deadly bugs, it's crazzzy!!

Writing Spider. DO NOT KILL - HARMLESS to humans, unlike Brown Recluse & black widow spiders. North American Argiope aurantia = called black and yellow garden spider/ zipper spider/ corn spider/ writing spider like Charlotte's Web? RESEARCH DdO:) MOST POPULAR RE-PINS http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/tiny-miracles/ - Like most spiders, these arachnids are harmless & HELP people. They eat insects up to twice their size. Might bite if grabbed, but don't attack; venom is not serious. #Dd...

The Australian Stained Glass Mirror Spider (Thwaitesia Argentiopunctata) Also known as the sequined spider, mirror spider, or twin-peaked Thwaitesia, is a species of spider found in all the states of Australia. Body length is around 3 millimetres (0.12 in) for males, 4 mm (0.16 in) for females.[1] The abdomen is attractively patterned with cream, green, yellow and red. ~nina

Chinese peacock butterfly

rainbow Jumping Spider

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Long-jawed Orb Weaver Spider