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David J Morris Jul 21
I’m late to the party, but here’s my majestic felted Habronattus americanus!
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Matt Doogue Aug 11
Another Jumping Spider for
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Matt Doogue Sep 1
Did you knock? Oops, haven’t done a in a while. This should make up for it.
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Andy Hood Jul 21
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Spider Joe🕷 Sep 15
Okay folks, I have a mystery. Actually, it's a quiz, because I know the answer. What is going on in this photo? There are 5 distinct clues. What are they? (Photo by Kris Landrum, posted here with permission.)
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Yard Gone Wild Nov 17
A proposal: Since some people shudder at the word spider, I think we need some new names. I suggest: Weavers of Rainbows
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Cindy Calisher Aug 11
Hi, Spider Twitter! Just in time for I found this lovely P. johnsoni girl.
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SESevers Sep 15
brunch with a crab spider.
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Witek Jul 21
A lot of babies inside 😀 Sunday park walk
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eddie ledbetter Jul 28
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Dr Leanda 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 22
A video of the aforementioned trapdoor spider burrows
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BBC Wildlife Aug 25
9 UK household spiders and webs for you to spot
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Matt Berry Jul 28
Female (left) and male Argiope lobata in Greece 🇬🇷 for 🕷
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Sean McCann Oct 20
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Fiona Cross Nov 16
Been ages since I shared something for , so here's a treat for you! This is a male Evarcha culicivora, otherwise known as the Mosquito Terminator. Like Arnie, they're on a mission to seek and destroy - in their case, blood-carrying mosquitoes
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Matt Berry Jul 28
More fun! Male and female models of the (dare I say) ‘cute’ Philaeus chrysops in Greece.
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Javed Ahmed Sep 22
This , I present, for your viewing pleasure, these glory shots of a (Tribe ) preying on a ! This was also the first time a member of the was recorded feeding on a in a paper published by yours truly!
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Melissa Crytzer Fry Sep 1
It wouldn't be without a shot of the Mac Daddy of the Sonoran Desert... Would it?
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Jan Apr 28
Finally on film. Wolf Spider courtship dance in my garden. Now you know where Travolta got *those* moves !
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Arachtober Aug 4
I just heard it was . Here is a juvenile Tropical Orb Weaver (Eriophora ravilla). I have been finding them with more green than I remember. Very common here in South Texas and I have always loved their green stages. They lose the green as adults.
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