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I'm not sure what is actually the face of this one...

  • Linda H

    I'm actually not even sure if this is the front or the back tbh.

  • Tracy Dunbar

    It's a crab spider! But that's a crazy face on it!...

A very cool spider. Its abdomen reminds me of a rib cage. Very neat.

Listen... pretty or not, natural or not, that thing comes anywhere near me and we're going to have a problem.

Spiders.....we have a bunch of these beauties in our yard. I love having them around the house. They are wonderful, lovely and keep our yard bug free, but hitting one of thier thick webs while mowing the lawn turns me into an instant ninja! :) ~K

spider by ALQUBAISI_UAE Daytona Beach, via Flickr. Just getting my house in order

Huntsman Spider by Blue Sharpie, via Flickr

"Tree Stump Spiders are camouflaged during the day, motionless on vegetation, the legs drawn tightly around the cephalothorax with just the median eyes protruding between the legs. In this position they resemble part of a dead twig, a gall or a broken piece of wood." Spotted by Atul

White Crab Spider. we've been getting these a ton, didn't even know they existed till last year.

Pemuteran, North bali

Meet the Peacock spider (Maratus volans) - a species of jumping spider native to eastern Australia. Only 5mm in length, it is only the males that have this bright colouring.

  • MaryAnn Traphagen

    I'm sure this is moments befor he is attached to your face digging his teeth into u

  • Grace Man

    Don't let fear of something blind you to its beauty

  • Sandra Slad

    Crazy! Since spiders must exists they may as we'll be so colorful!

  • Cheyenne Jones

    So pretty....but it's usually brightly colored insects that are poisonous and I can't help but be nervous

  • Lelia Foreman

    Oh oh oh oh oh! How pretty!