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The Giant Mesquite Bug is an insect found in Arizona, Baja California Sur, and New Mexico. It is known for its interesting chemical ecology, large size and bright color.

Spiders are surprisingly quite rare in Oaxacan Art. Only one artist and his wife create elaborately carved works that are anatomically accurate. With pulsing purple and plasma red markings this is one

Buy Tarantula Wolf Spider at Port Wahakaa for only $ 187.00

Spiders are surprisingly quite rare in Oaxacan Art. Only one artist and his wife create elaborately carved works that are anatomically accurate. With pulsing purple & plasma red markings this is one!

A spider mother and her babies.

A spider mother and her babies. I know its not a "bug" but I'm putting her here anyway

Ik haat insecten, ik heb schrik van de meeste.

Pretty Spiders- The seer- Mediators, The Spider is very important because they represent True Wisdom as Well as True Faith. The symbol of Good reward in Patience!

Jumping Spiders  are usually found in folds of drapery and curtains, in sheets, in between books, and underside of molding and doors URL:http://wolfspider.org/

Jumping Spider (Phiale guttata) LOVE that face :D even if I do hats the furry creepy little gits!

Triangular Spider

Triangular Spider I find these in the woods all the time. In bright orange reds and yellows

beautiful garden spider.  The golden silk orb-weavers (genus Nephila) are a genus of spiders noted for the impressive webs they weave. Nephila consists of numerous individual species found around the world.

The golden silk orb-weavers (genus Nephila) are a genus of spiders noted for the impressive webs they weave. Nephila consists of numerous individual species found around the world.

Australia's Giant Golden Orb Weaver #pets trendhunter.com

Bird-Eating Spiders

Bird-Eating Spiders - Flying into the web of a giant Golden Orb Weaver spider and becoming stuck in it spelled the end for this native Australian finch.

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