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Zoe Wild 5h
Throwback to in ! Mopsus mormon, Australia’s largest jumping
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Simon_W 16h
Spider does the weekly big shop...
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Juan Viamonte Jul 14
I still love you Florida! Anyone knows the name of this spider 🕷?
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Budsie's Art Bakery 13h
THERE’S A SPIDER IN THE SINK!!!!! SMALL SPIDERS ARE LIKE MY BIGGEST FEAR OMG WHY ARE YOU HERE?!?!?!
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Carolyn Hobbs 12h
This beautiful pink striped spider was in amongst my teazle foilage & didn't want it in the car so got it off on to this plant.
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Dr. Chelsey Crandall 14h
Today’s trail critter: check out this sweet ! (Musical accompaniment courtesy of our local limpkins)
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🐙s̷q̴u̷i̶d̷y̷.̸e̴x̴e̶🦑🏳️‍🌈 Jul 15
Demons destroying the city but i just wanna hang with aunt may -Man
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_tàcõ_ @ a basement wasting my life away at RDR2 16h
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Wyatt 5h
Twitter: help! Anyone know what kind of spider this is?
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alex Jul 13
Any UK experts out there who can tell me what this is?
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Matt Prince 11h
Nuctenea umbratica is rarely seen during the day but here the nuptial flight of ants (Lasius niger I think) has tempted her out
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A Chance of Cider 11h
Casually doing sit-ups when this cheeky fella clambers up my leg. This is the only warning I need to persuade me that exercise should be over for the day... 😱😓
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Angela Walters 13h
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Sarina Peterson 11h
Spotted an itty bitty jumping in my garden. I just love these cuties, and think they are the FUNNIEST...so I gave it an itty bitty jester hat.
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jody edwards Jul 15
Going through the photos I took with my camera, now that we're back home. Wanted to share this mama spider and her egg sack.
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Skye ⎊ ︽✵︽ Jul 15
This illusion sequence is probably the best scene in any Spider-Man movie IMO
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John Horstman Jul 15
When your canvas is your home, and your medium is silk... Crab (possibly a Phrynarachne sp., Thomisidae)
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Celina K 🌅🐾🏖📚🚀🐬🦋🦜🌺🔭💜 Jul 14
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Joseph Lee Spencer Jul 14
: masters of ? brunnea are parasitoids, arthropod predators, & incredible contortionists! After I found this one, it bent forward to groom its abdomen & then twisted into the “inside-upside-pretzel" pose. No wonder they’re so relaxed!
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GuitarFiend Jul 14
Let's play name that
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