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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.

emerald eyes.  So beautiful, it needed another pair...

A composite image of a jumping spider at magnification. Jorge Fardels/Solent News/Rex Features/Associated Press

"Little Miracle"....... One of the most amazing little creatures I've ever photographed. She is a tiny 3 mm jumping spider from a (as yet to be described) genus from the subfamily Ballinae. My learned friend Galina Azarkina, the ball is in your court! wink emoticon To see more SA jumping spiders visit my website www.jumpingspiders.co.za via Vida Van Der Walt FB

3 mm jumping spider from a (as yet to be described) genus from the subfamily Ballinae. Photo by Vida Van Der Walt

Why do so many people hate spiders? Arachnophobics, don't open. This thread is…

Why do so many people hate spiders? Arachnophobics, don't open. This thread is not safe for you. :)

How come people hate spiders? Some people are calling them "Spawn of Satan" . I really find spiders cute.

Peacock spider

Stunning dance of the elaborate peacock spider caught on camera

Peacock Spider It was first thought the flaps, pictured, helped the spiders glide. They were initially nicknamed gliding spiders, but research ruled this out

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Nettle Slug Caterpillar (Cup Moth, Limacodidae) Sinobug- Macrophotography by John Horstman

Are you ready? Because you’re about to meet the cutest spiders to ever walk the face of this Earth.

Mommy spider carrying her baby. These Spiders Will Cure Your Arachnophobia With Their Cuteness

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