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    They aren't aggressive, just throw him/her some beetles or dead flies and it'll be happy.
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    This guy was out side my shop. I'm not sure what species he was but he was big and very active. It looks like he reinforced the center of his web with a zipper like pattern. Attachment 337182

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    The way they eat their food is nasty... especially camel spiders.
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    Attachment 337198Got a photo op with this little guy. Attachment 337197
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spazbyt View Post
    A zipper spider seems like a fitting name. You learn something every day, thank you. I normally don't see spiders this large in Missouri but this spider reminded me of some time I spent in the Florida keys with all the banana spiders.
    We have all kinds of critters here. Some are good, some are bad. Currently, our biggest issue is wolf spiders. If you walk outside at night, before the dew sets, and shine a flash light around the yard, you can see them everywhere. The eyes reflect the light and look like little gems. Kind of a mix of cool and creepy while keeping the wife inside after the sun goes down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPool View Post
    Currently, our biggest issue is wolf spiders. If you walk outside at night, before the dew sets, and shine a flash light around the yard, you can see them everywhere. The eyes reflect the light and make them look like fucking monsters. Creepy as fuck and everyone's too goddam afraid to ever come to my house ever again....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Fixed that shit for ya
    Good one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Fixed that shit for ya
    Pretty damn accurate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPool View Post
    Pretty damn accurate!
    Yeeech. Had something similar happen at my buddies house a looong time ago. He lived in an old farm house in the middle of a field and when I walked out of his house late one night into the breezeway, I shit you not, there were hundreds of those fuckers all over the walls, ceilings, and the floor. I was literally too scared to move. He was laughing until he came around the porch and saw how many there actually were. Creepiest thing I've ever experienced. He turned the lights on and the fuckers started booking all over the place and I totally freaked and ran screaming with my hood pulled over my face out to my truck.

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    Came across this while cutting the lawn. I think its a garden spider .20190916_184051.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2007 JKU CANADA View Post
    Came across this while cutting the lawn. I think its a garden spider .20190916_184051.jpg
    That’s a nope is what that is


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    Yup - thats one of the fuckers I had on the end of a stick swinging around at my head

    Quote Originally Posted by 2007 JKU CANADA View Post
    Came across this while cutting the lawn. I think its a garden spider .20190916_184051.jpg
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