Rain Spiders and Rain Spider Wasps — de Wets Wild

Rain Spiders (Palystes-species) When first confronted with the monstrously-sized Rain Spider I don’t think any person could be blamed for flinching. These arachnids can attain a leg span of up to 11cm, with their bodies alone growing to 4cm in length, and unusually for spiders both sexes are about equal in size. Their sizable fangs […]

Rain Spiders and Rain Spider Wasps — de Wets Wild

Li’l Spiders on Planet Earth. — OLD GUV LEGENDS

This is a small series of macro shots by photographer Jimmy Kong featuring little spiders staring directly at the camera. See, they’re not so scary now, are they? The one creeping under your bed covers? That one, yes. I used to have a spider that lived in the corner of the ceiling above my shower. […]

Li’l Spiders on Planet Earth. — OLD GUV LEGENDS

The Jumping Spider of Japan…

This video says about itself: Jumping spider (Menemerus brachygnathus (Thorell)) filmed in Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan on 11 June 2017. This specimen was about 1 cm in length. Related articles Tokyo children’s playground closed over nuclear radiation Jumping spiders are masters of miniature color vision Fukushima nuclear disaster news roundup

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