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Wolf Spider carrying her young. From Jacobo Martin on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/51708886@N03/6355533401/

Wolf Spider carrying her young. The egg sacs are attached to her spinnerets, which produce silk.

Peacock spider, Maratus volans

libutron: “Peacock Spider - Maratus robinsoni Peacock spiders are a group of mostly small and compact Australasian salticid (genus Maratus) in which the adult males have a plate (the fan) of dense.

Rose Hair Tarantula - Grammostola rosea An stunning picture of the Rose Hair Tarantula, Grammostola rosea (Araneae - Theraphosidae), native to Northern Chile, Bolivia, and Argentina. It is a medium sized tarantula with up to 15 cm in leg span, which gets its name from the red/pink hairs covering a fairly dully colored body.  Several color forms exist, which were originally thought to be different species, and has led to some confusion in both the binomial and common names.  Like all ...

Rose Hair Tarantula - Grammostola rosea (Araneae - Theraphosidae), native to Northern Chile, Bolivia, and Argentina. It is a medium sized tarantula with up to 15 cm in leg span.

It carries it's own water!  :)

Jumping spider, wearing water droplet ~ Uda Dennie from Batam Island, Indonesia

lots of colors - The typical orb-weaver spiders (family Araneidae) are the most common group of builders of spiral wheel-shaped webs often found in gardens, fields and forests. Their common name is taken from the round shape of this typical web, and the taxon was formerly also referred to as the Orbiculariae. (interesting creatures)

COLOR - primary colors of spider; Pretty, but keep it away from me!-) Colorful spider by Jäger & Sammler

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