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Eresus cinnaberinus, commonly called the Ladybird Spider, is native to Europe and gorgeous!

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Truco Ecológico para Ahuyentar Arañas | Ideas y Consejos

Truco Ecológico para Ahuyentar Arañas

There is a whole spider genus of Swift Spiders named after Ludwig Leichhardt with 8 new species.

Red-Legged Golden Orb-Web Spider (Nephila inaurata)

Ð≡Я§ Red-Legged Golden Orb-Web Spider (Nephila inaurata)

tiny orange spider with leg aloft   (click here to open a new window with this photo in computer wallpaper format)

15 Beautiful Insects Photographs I just crapped my pants thinking about this on my body.

I *think* this one's a Neoscona Arabesca. Anyway, it's very like the ambitious daughters of Arachne who build nets across my screen doors every year. Beautiful ladies, even if they haven't managed to realise that the only game on this trail is human. <3

I *think* this one's a Neoscona Arabesca. Anyway, it's very like the ambitious daughters of Arachne who build nets across my screen doors every year. Beautiful ladies, even if they haven't managed to realise that the only game on this trail is human.

Black and Yellow Garden Spider (Argiope aurantia) ♀ , Houston Arboretum, Houston, TX (photo: Cletus Lee)

Black and Yellow Garden Spider (Argiope aurantia) ♀ , Houston Arboretum, Houston, TX (photo: Cletus Lee)

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Latrodectus Spider - Resembling the Black Widow Spider, the Redback is a member of the Genus Latrodectus (Widow Family) found throughout the world.

This is a male Western Black Widow. The female is all black, with the hour-glass figure on the bottom, but the male has this different color pattern on the abdomen. Males are harmless and have no venom. Females are venomous, and can even be dangerous. It was found on 5 September 2011 while digging up some ground to plant Irises in Colorado Springs.

This is a male Western Black Widow. The female is all black, with the hour-glass figure on the bottom, but the male has this different color pattern on the abdomen. Males are harmless and have no venom. Females are venomous, and can even be dangerous.