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Big-Eyed Jumping Spider

Yellow-lined Epeus Jumping Spider (Epeus flavobilineatus) male, Tangerang, West Java, Indonesia (photo: Guido Bohne)

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.

Metallic green jumping spider of the Saltacidae family.

I HAAAATE SPIDERS, but this is really pretty lol- Metallic green jumping spider of the Saltacidae family.

The Trippy Rainbow Spider

The Trippy Rainbow Spider of Psychadelica Land Elegant Golden Jumping Spider (Chrysilla lauta)

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Colorful Spider, but unfortunately I don't have it's species name.

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

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

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Peacock spider - Maratus harrisi (Arthropoda: Chelicerata: Arachnida: Araneae) by Jurgen Otto

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.

Darwin's Bark Spider (Caerostris Darwini) Arne Kuilman on his trip to Madagascar - This spider produces one of the largest webs which can span up to 25 meters.

Darwin's Bark Spider (Caerostris Darwini) This spider produces one of the largest webs which can span up to 25 meters ~ photo by Arne Kuilman on his trip to Madagascar

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Argiope bruennichi by mauro maione Argiope bruennichi, or the wasp spider, is a species of orb-web spider. Like many other members of the genus Argiope, (including St Andrew's Cross spiders), it shows striking yellow and black markings on its abdomen.

Australian Peacock Spider

Australian Peacock Spider Tiny jumping spider, this type dances in defence. Love these ittle critters!

Another Jumping Spider

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