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Identifying wolf spiders are usually based on  their body size  URL:http://wolfspider.org/

Wolf Spider eating a cockroach.that just has to make you feel better

My worst fear. Hands down. Kill it! Kill it with fire!

Undoctored photo of common fishing spider. It went fishing and caught a bug.

Big spider eating a fish yuk!                                                                                                                                                     More

Is it a fish? Is it a spider? Feeding time down at the pond captured in stunning action photograph

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Neil Bowman/FLPA/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock (5310228a).. Brown Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda jugulans), on door frame, Southeast Queensland, Australia.. VARIOUS.. ..

Spot the giant spider lurking behind this glass door

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Neil Bowman/FLPA/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock Brown Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda jugulans), on door frame, Southeast Queensland, Australia.

Wolf Spider carrying her young. From Jacobo Martin on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/51708886@N03/6355533401/

Wolf Spider carrying her young. The egg sacs are attached to her spinnerets, which produce silk.

Poecilotheria hanumavilasumica 1

Poecilotheria hanumavilasumica 1

Dive Bell Spiders are the only spiders that live underwater. They store oxygen in their webs to prevent from drowning.

Diving Spiders (Argyroneta aquatic) create air chambers by collecting a large air bubble from the surface, which they bring underwater and attach to a silk web connected to pond vegetation. The air-bubble chamber can be small and fit just the spider's abd

Female wolf spider carrying babies on her back.

Female wolf spider carrying babies on her back. [previous pinner said: these spiders are so cool. whereas I say: NOPE, nada, babies on her back, eewww]

Giant White Knee: Photo by Vince Griff

Giant White Knee Tarantula- Whiteknee tarantulas have been much prized as pets…

The Brown Recluse - The most unique feature of the Brown Recluse is the 3 pairs of eyes, which are very uncommon among spiders. Brown Recluse spiders will not bite unless they are forced to. Their bites can cause death, or other serious symptoms.

The most unique feature of the Brown Recluse is the 3 pairs of eyes, which are very uncommon among spiders. Brown Recluse spiders will not bite unless they are forced to. Their bites can cause death, or other serious symptoms.

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