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

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.

Spider  [how can this be frightening . . . in a world inhabited by EELS - and serial killers??]

Spider [how can this be frightening . in a world inhabited by EELS - and serial killers?

Simaetha sp. is a gorgeous gold and purple jumping spider recently discovered in the Sraburi Province of Thailand.  Image: Theerasak Saksritawee

The Simaetha spider is a gorgeous gold and purple jumping spider recently discovered in the Sraburi Province of Thailand.

Nature for the win

I wonder if the chosen frogs are terrified 24/7, or if they're cool about an enormous tarantula directly above them at all times ...

I wonder if the chosen frogs are terrified or if they're cool about an enormous tarantula directly above them at all times .>>well, the tarantulas never hurt the frogs, so the frogs have no reason to be scared

Australian Peacock Spider

Australian Peacock Spider Tiny jumping spider, this type dances in defence. Love these ittle critters!

Ladybird spider (Eresus cinnaberinus)

Ladybird Spider “The striking bug was on the brink of extinction in the mid when a single colony of just 56 spiders was left in the UK. Since then, conservationists have striven to spread the.

Beautiful garden spider.  The golden silk orb-weavers (genus Nephila) are a genus of spiders noted for the impressive webs they weave. Nephila consists of numerous individual species found around the world. URL: http://wolfspider.org/

The golden silk orb-weavers (genus Nephila) are a genus of spiders noted for the impressive webs they weave. Nephila consists of numerous individual species found around the world.

Black Widow Spider   -- had the pleasure of meeting one at work. Ugly little things, with stiletto feet.

Female Black Widow Spider, Latrodectus mactans Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Insect Zoo/ Butterfly Pavilion

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