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Are they so aggressive or is it just if you happen to run into them?? Like snakes? Thanks so very much PG!!
Looks harmless, but that dosen't make me feel any love towards him.
He's purty slow-I can kill him in a second! But he is very plain looking and probably hard to see. Thanks Pg
That's where they like it.
This one's a Bad Boy & needs to be sent to the Bad Corner!!! PLEASE???
If one can put aside the initial oo-err! yikes! reaction, they are intriguing in their form and articulation. And Bondage Queens to boot.
Whew glad I'm not going to be down there anytime... Thanks for the warning Your Highness
And so is why I don't like spiders of any kind.
EWE!!! Why are you posting such things?
Eyes, that was the first and only good use for spandex.Don't miss Gracie or there could be big problems.Plumpy they are fun to watch unless you are a fly.
"God in his wisdom created the fly, and then forgot to tell us why." (Spider doesn't rhyme with why, otherwise the cases are similar.)
The poor thing looks harmeless, just step on it!
PG, I did have a pet spider once and I have every respect for their abilities. That's why I'll stick to the harmless ones. Incidentally, do you remember Spider Lady in the early Superman films? She was something.
The brown recluse is a very close cousin to this bad boy and will do about the same damage to you as this one so look very closely if they are in your area. Plumster if you would like to come pet my spider friends they would love to "meat", you.That is not nice peggysuss they are all gods children too. Eyes you of all people should know better.Gnt we are here to inform...
Guess I will never go to Chile.......anytime soon..... : -))) This guy looks like he means it. Thank you PG....Janine.
Do you collect pet spiders like the ones in today's puzzles, PG?
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?? Eeeeeeeuuuuuuuuuw.
UGGGGG,it looks a lot like the brown recluse spider which we have an abundance of here in TN.
Get out the bug spray. Scary group of pics.
Nor to meet in the light, thank you.
Now isn't that so nice to know LOL
Good grief! Shiver.
The Chilean recluse spider is native to South America (it is common in Chile, and can be found throughout South America), and can now be found worldwide, including in North and Central America, Finland, and Australia. The spider is known to have established itself in the Los Angeles area, and infestations have been reported in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Florida.