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Haplopelma hainanum

Chinese Black Earth Tiger - (Haplopelma hainanum) I HATE spiders.

Huge (120 mm tip to tip) and likely very fast and poisonous, the Tiger Spider (Poecilotheria rajaei) from Sri Lanka is the perfect arachnophobe's nightmare. Usually lives in trees but is known to creep in houses every now and then.

Huge mm tip to tip) and likely very fast and poisonous, the Tiger Spider (Poecilotheria rajaei) from Sri Lanka is the perfect arachnophobes nightmare. Usually lives in trees but is known to creep in houses every now and then.

Long-winged kite spider(Gasteracantha versicolor)

Long-winged kite spider(Gasteracantha versicolor)

Aranha-tigre (Linothele fallax) encontrada na Bolívia; tirando o nome, esta não é uma aranha muito grande, com um abdômen chegando a medir cerca de 4 cm. Elas constroem tocas com suas teias de seda, e, embora não se saiba ao certo se o veneno desta aranha cause danos ao ser humano, o mais prudente é se manter longe.

The Tiger Spider (Linothele fallax) is a member of the Dipluroidea family which…

YES I have to hold one, shivered looking at it, but it will be done

YES I have to hold one, shivered looking at it, but it will be done

Harpactira pulchripes

Harpactira Pulchripes -- Golden Blue Leg Baboon Tarantula (Wanted List)

Female Northern Black Widow Spider Don't mess with this one.  Step on it!!   At least he is easily identified.

Female Northern Black Widow Spider Don't mess with this one. At least he is easily identified.

Throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, tarantulas are called Baboon spiders. This is the hauntingly magnificent Togo starburst baboon spider, Heteroscodra maculata.

Throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, tarantulas are called Baboon spiders. This is the hauntingly magnificent Togo starburst baboon spider, Heteroscodra maculata.

This is the spider they used to give it "wings"

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

The Goliath bird-eater tarantula of South America is arguably the biggest spider in the world.

The Goliath bird-eater tarantula (Theraphosa blondi) of South America is arguably the biggest spider in the world.

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