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Matt Prince 30m
Replying to @mattprince1969
157 Agelena labyrinthica Not yet adult but lots of the youngsters starting to build webs that will soon be a dominent feature of the heathland.
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Matt Prince 30m
Replying to @mattprince1969
156 Euophrys frontalis a common jumping spider (Salticidae) very smart looking males with red ringed eyes and white palp tops
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Matt Prince 2h
155 Microlinyphia pusilla from a layby on the A30 This is a common grassland linyphiid with a variable but usually clear white folium. Females epigyne can be hard to discern.
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LCFCt68🦊 5h
Not a great picture but any experts on here know if this is one of those False Widows? Found in my garage. Should I be running for the hills or what?
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scarlet monahan 29m
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Peter Hislop Apr 19
Any idea what type of spider this is?
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Gupx Apr 22
Just saved the wife from this bad boy. I did scream when it tried to escape my grip as I ran it to the garden.
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Joe Dyer 20h
Any experts out there who can tell me what beast this is?!! About the size of a large child’s palm. Spotted in Bristol, UK 😬
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凤凰院绯夜 3h
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Matt Prince 28m
Replying to @mattprince1969
160 Trochosa terricola This genus includes four robust wolf spiders (Lycosidae) two with pale cardiac marks that stand out, two with darker ones that don't. One of each set is rare, this is the common darker one
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Matt Prince 28m
Replying to @mattprince1969
159 Evarcha falcata Another common jumping spider, this is a female.
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catherine mack 6h
Replying to @LarryStratton29
McConnell too. There’s no way anyone could believe his twisted dealings have the USA’s best interests first and foremost in mind. And he just advertised his intention to block everything if trump isn’t re-elected. Definitely not upholding his oath or the constitution.
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Philipp Salzgeber 21h
More images: it is mating season for the Wolf Spiders (Pardosa amentata, Wolfspinne). The dark males wave their front legs and try not to get eaten by the lighter colored females
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Rox Mtz Apr 14
Caught this spider working on a 🕸 today.
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Richard Wilson Apr 20
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Laernu 11h
Replying to @universal_sci
Not even -Man thought of it. I mean he shoots a trap, but this is a totally different application for close encounters. Nice!
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Carlye 21h
I did a bit of a shudder upon finding this. 1.5cm Woodlouse Dysdera Crocata Its bum looks like a brain (abdomen)
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Michael Durand 12h
Found this character dangling from a doorknob on an external door to Mendenhall Labs that I was about to open ⁦ . Anyone know the species? (Too lazy to look up haha)
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Sree Teja Varma Apr 18
These creatures are beautiful. P.S. I left him outside after letting him crawl and web swing around in my hands for a while.
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Yoshi Apr 18
No animals were hurt in making this movie.
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