Spider by Irawan Yuwono (bb: what an amazing photo!)
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Lynx Spider by Irawan Yuwono
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another view of Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria spp.) armed spiders. Will put you down for the count. However, this one just wants a hug lol
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Did you know that One of the most venomous Brazilian spiders made it to Britain and survived all kind of events! - http://leakhunt.com/did-you-know-that-one-of-the-most-venomous-brazilian-spiders-made-it-to-britain-and-survived-all-kind-of-events/
Most Venomous Brazilian Wandering Spider
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spiked cave spider GROSS
cave spider. I can't even...oh God, ech!
African Cave Spider | I wouldn't recommend a visit into an African cave.
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Giant cave spider
Spider by IRAWAN YUWONO
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Lynx Spider by Irawan Yuwono
♂ Macro photography Spider by Irawan Yuwono
A funnel web spider’s web spotted amongst temple ruins in Cambodia....ugh, gross **chills**
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A funnel web spider’s web spotted amongst temple ruins in Cambodia.
Goliath bird eater One of the biggest spiders in the world, it preys on snakes, mice, and frogs but, despite the name, rarely birds.
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Some spiders attack with their… hair? Check this out and other weird spider facts here.
Brown Recluse. One of the 10 deadliest Spiders
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Deadly spiders are not very common in the United States. The only two real threats are the black widow, and the brown recluse. Both of these spiders...
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Unlike real wolves, wolf spiders hunt alone rather than packs.
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The ravine trapdoor spider is the common name of a rare, oddly shaped North American spider, Cyclocosmia truncata, belonging to the trapdoor spider family Ctenizidae. The ravine trapdoor spider is a burrowing spider, inhabiting sloping riverbanks and ravines in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee. The female reaches a body length of 1.2 inches (3 centimeters)
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Ravine trapdoor spider. Cyclocosmia is a genus of spiders in the Ctenizidae family. The abdomen of spiders in this genus is abruptly truncated and ends in a hardened disc which is strengthened by a system of ribs and grooves. They use this to clog the entrance of their 7 to 15 cm deep vertical burrows when threatened.
Can you believe that this the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider...YEP its true google it (I did see next pin!)
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Can you believe that this the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider Cyclocosmia truncata is a burrowing spider The abdomen of spiders in this genus ends in a hardened disc which is strengthened by a system of ribs and grooves. They use this to clog the entrance of their 7 to 15 cm deep vertical burrows when threatened
"Can you believe that this the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is." A Ravine Trapdoor Spider (Cyclocosmia truncata) uses this specialized abdomen to clog/plug "the entrance of their 7 to 15 cm deep vertical burrows when threatened, a phenomenon called phragmosis." —http://www.spiderzrule.com/trapdoor2.htm
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THE GIANT SEA SERPENT OF TAKESHI YAMADA
shed tarantula skin
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I know this will creep some folks out, but I think the way a tarantula sheds its skin is magnificent. Here is the newly cast outside of "Steptoe" , my pet roseback tarantula. See how there is a port to withdraw each leg and pedipalp? The top of the thorax just pops open to let the spider out in her new fuzzy coat. You gotta admit, that is pretty elegant. From Reptangle on DA
spider bite: The Baking Soda has a triple effect on the spider bite. It helps to draw out the poison, it neutralizes the acid, and further acts as an antibiotic by making the environment of the wound too alkaline for bacteria to grow. It is important to begin the baking soda therapy right away otherwise the acid and digestive enzymes will just continue to gradually eat away at your flesh without dissipating. Ammonia is also alkaline but won't absorb toxins quite as well as baking soda.
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Spider Bite Remedy (Baking Soda): A triple effect on the spider bite (helps to draw out the poison... neutralizes the acid... and then acts as an antibiotic by making the wound environment too alkaline for bacteria to grow)... however, it's important to begin the baking soda therapy right away (otherwise, the acid and digestive enzymes will just continue to gradually eat away at your flesh without dissipating)... Ammonia is also alkaline but won't absorb toxins quite as well as baking soda...
Brown Recluse Spider remedies
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A mushroom provides a lookout for a jumping spider. Photo by Andrey Antov
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loove jumping spiders! CUTE!!!
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A tiny jumping spider on a pink rhododendron. Photo and caption by Amadee Ricketts (Durango, CO).
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A green spider (Araniella cucurbitina) spins its web between two trees. Photo and caption by Gonzalo Acuña (Montevideo, Uruguay).
Amazing Things in the World: The effect that various drugs have on the web building abilities of the common garden spider. (Wonder who did these tests!!)
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In 1995 a group of NASA scientists experimented with drugs, literally. They studied the effects that various legal and illegal drugs have on house spiders, and specifically on the way they weave their webs. This will only be funny to those in my science class.
Spiders on caffeine hahaha no wonder I don't drink the stuff
In 1995, a group of NASA scientists repeated and refined some earlier tests on the effect that various drugs have on the web building abilities of the common garden spider. They tested the effect of caffeine, benzedrine (Speed), marijuana and chloral hydrate (LSD) and as you can see, the results were pretty extreme! Noever, R., J. Cronise and R.A. Relwani. 1995 using spider web patterns to determine toxicity. NASA Tech Briefs 19(4):82
In 1995 a group of NASA scientists experimented with drugs, literally. They studied the effects that various legal and illegal drugs have on house spiders, and specifically on the way they weave their webs. The results are both surprising and... not. (click for more) Interesting that caffeine seems to be the most detrimental.
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yep I would probably risk handling the emergency myself than press that button! I HATE spiders!!!!!!!!!!!
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I must be in the mood to laugh because this is hilarious and so true.
so true, i HATE spiders!
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lol I would definitely NOT go near the black widow guarding the emergency button!!!
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Spider Repellant - hope this works! I hate spiders!!!
Mice & Spider repellent w/ peppermint essential oil
Great Idea! I hate spiders
Bug repellant (might make they house smell good too)
Natural spider repellent. Wonder if it works on house centipedes, too.
"The Sad Clown" by Igor Ryabov This crab spider bears a resemblance to the 'clown' character in Stephen King's 1990 hit-film 'It.' May be therefore Igor named it sad clown. 'Crab Spider' belongs to the thomisidae family, also known as "six eyed crab spider" as it bears markings near its eyes that looks like real eyes and also due to the skeleton like markings on its back. Earth Spectacular — with Sunny Praditniramanonda.
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La araña "Payaso", de la familia arañas cangrejo Thomisidae.
The most beautiful tarantula on earth. As big as your face and soon to be extinct. /:
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Neat spider. This is the rare Cobalt Blue Tarantula from Asia. It is not poisonous but it has strong fangs and venom that is mild for humans so it just hurts a lot. Like all tarantulas it has spiky hair that can irritate the skin. Its home is in the ground in the rain forest and it feeds on bugs and mice size mammals. When mating the make comes calling and goes tap,tap,tap on her door. When she comes out she will survey him and if he suits her she will invite him into her lair where they will mate. If she doesn't like him she slams the door in his face. Ha,ha.
Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider Poecilotheria metallica comes from southeastern India and Sri Lanka and was first discovered in a town called Gooty, which explains 20% of that cumbersome common name. They attain a legspan of around 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 inches), which is fairly humble for a tarantula. They are arboreal, spending all their time up tall trees. They live in whatever holes they can find and lunge out at insects which they capture and eat.
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Poecilotheria metallica is a species of tarantula. It reflects brilliant metallic blue color. This whole genus of arboreal tarantulas exhibits an intricate fractal-like pattern on the abdomen. The spider’s natural habitat is primarily Southeastern India and Sri Lanka. P. metallica was first discovered in a town in central southern India called Gooty. Hence, it's common name is Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider.