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Spiders & Arachnids From Around the World - Entymology Poster, 24x36 | Off The Wall Toys and Gifts

Spiders & Arachnids From Around the World - Entymology Poster, 24x36

The Spiders & Arachnids Poster features over 25 arachnid's species, including scorpion, Mexican red-leg and black widow.

Nate Hallinan, Freelance Artist, Creates Incredible Creature Portraits .....  Skultula!

7 Incredible (And Terrifying) Creature Portraits

Nate Hallinan, Freelance Artist, Creates Incredible Creature Portraits // this spider totally reminds me of skull spiders from the legend of zelda.

They are extremely cute as babies. | These Spiders Will Cure Your Arachnophobia With Their Cuteness

These Spiders Will Cure Your Arachnophobia With Their Cuteness

Blue Bottle Tarantula. Nothing this creepy should be a pretty shade of blue! It's just wrong!

Cobalt Blue Tarantula - (Haplopelma lividum) Who knew spiders could be blue?

Psalmopoeus Irminia - Venezuelan Suntiger  It is a large species, regularly reaching lengths of up to 6 inches.

Psalmopoeus Irminia - Venezuelan Suntiger It is a large species, regularly reaching lengths of up to 6 inches. Lily's tarantula of choice

The spiders are distinctive for their shiny, black flesh, bulbous bodies, thick legs and skull-like patterns

Two treated in hospital after being bitten by poisonous false widow spiders but experts insist there AREN'T any more of them than normal

VENEMOUS, Spider may be venemous. The spiders are distinctive for their shiny, black flesh, bulbous bodies, thick legs and skull-like patterns

Redback Spider native to Australia is a member of the venomous widow spiders.  Other common names include red-striped spider, red-spot spider, jockey spider, Murra-ngura spider, Kapara spider and the Kanna-jeri spider.

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Redback spiders are found throughout Australia, in many habitats, including urban areas. They often hide in dry, sheltered places such as garden sheds, mailboxes and under toilet seats.

That's really cool, but I would never want to be an animal with horns now :)

Animal pictures of the week: 26 March 2010

Talk about adaptation! This impala from the Kruger National Park in South Africa is now a mobile home for a spider with the spider's web spun between the impala's two horns. Image by Frank Soloman.

carnival-goldfish:Spider legs, white stoneware, 2014

Spider legs, white stoneware, 2014 Want to own your own spider teapot AND help the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline? I’m currently auctioning off one of my teapots.

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