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Pamphobeteus sp. "PERU" - Pamphobeteus -

Pamphobeteus sp. "PERU" - Pamphobeteus -

Jungle walks, piranha fishing, searching for caimans, tarantulas and sloths - read about our epic adventures during our 5 days in the Peruvian Amazon.

Jungle walks, piranha fishing, searching for caimans, tarantulas and sloths - read about our epic adventures during our 5 days in the Peruvian Amazon.

Phiale sp. - Jumping Spider - Tambopata, Peru

A beautifully patterned salticid found by an attendee of the 2016 Peru Bugshot in Tambopata, Peru. I spotted a few other similarly marked specimens in the area I suspect with other Phiale species - although I have read they can be quite variable.

Global Gallery 'Peruvian Pinktoe Tarantula, Peru' Framed Photographic Print Size: 18" H x 24" W x 1.5" D

Global Gallery 'Peruvian Pinktoe Tarantula, Peru' Framed Photographic Print Size: 18" H x 24" W x 1.5" D

Photographic Prints, Peru

East Urban Home 'Tarantula Touching a Giant Katydid, Rio Momon, Peru' Photographic Print Size: 36" H x 24" W, Format: Wrapped Canvas

East Urban Home 'Tarantula Touching a Giant Katydid, Rio Momon, Peru' Photographic Print Size: 36" H x 24" W, Format: Wrapped Canvas

East Urban Home 'Tarantula Touching a Giant Katydid, Rio Momon, Peru' Photographic Print Format: Black Framed, Size: H x W

East Urban Home 'Peruvian Pinktoe Tarantula, Peru' Photographic Print Size: 20" H x 30" W, Format: Wrapped Canvas

East Urban Home 'Peruvian Pinktoe Tarantula, Peru' Photographic Print Size: 20" H x 30" W, Format: Wrapped Canvas

East Urban Home 'Peruvian Pinktoe Tarantula, Peru' Photographic Print Size:

Bird Eating Spider, Pamphobeteus antinous, Peru, 8/97  I saw an interesting special about these tarantulas at the Annual Bug Fair. The tribal people refer to these spiders as “the gift of the gods” because they make great traveling snacks. A pregnant spider is considered to be a special treat because the eggs can be made into an omelet. Nothing goes to waste; even the fangs are used as toothpicks.

Bird Eating Spider, Pamphobeteus antinous, Peru, 8/97 I saw an interesting special about these tarantulas at the Annual Bug Fair. The tribal people refer to these spiders as “the gift of the gods” because they make great traveling snacks. A pregnant spider is considered to be a special treat because the eggs can be made into an omelet. Nothing goes to waste; even the fangs are used as toothpicks.

Una gota del veneno de la araña bananera, que habita en zonas de Brasil, Venezuela, Perú y Costa Rica, es capaz de matar a una persona. Curiosamente, también se utiliza para fabricar medicamentos contra la impotencia. (Foto: Wikimedia Commons).

(FOTOS) Los animales más venenosos del mundo

Una gota del veneno de la araña bananera, que habita en zonas de Brasil, Venezuela, Perú y Costa Rica, es capaz de matar a una persona. Curiosamente, también se utiliza para fabricar medicamentos contra la impotencia. (Foto: Wikimedia Commons).

Hello it's a #pink#peruvian #tarantula #andrewlogan #artisticadventure #peru

Hello it's a #pink#peruvian #tarantula #andrewlogan #artisticadventure #peru

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