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Honestly the biggest spider I have ever seen in my life.

 

I dare not eve go outside. I've silicone sealed my windows shut.

 

OK it's not black...........or hairy but it's a true gargantuan.

 

I hope this link works:-

 

http://instagr.am/p/PNdpKSN9zi/

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Don't tell Boy Friday

 

I daren't open the link

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Not me. Not brill I know. My o/h took it. I wasn't going within 50 paces of that beast

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You wuss! It's just a little death's head crab spider ...

 

Watch out though, they go for the throat, and they're like lightning! :D

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You wuss! It's just a little death's head crab spider ...

 

Watch out though, they go for the throat, and they're like lightning! :D

 

Thanks sooooo much for that info Ruby :thumbsup::thumbsup:

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You wuss! It's just a little death's head crab spider ...

 

Watch out though, they go for the throat, and they're like lightning! :D

 

You sure about that?

 

It looks like a garden spider to me.

 

They are slow and just tickle a bit if they manage to catch up with you.

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Not me. Not brill I know. My o/h took it. I wasn't going within 50 paces of that beast

 

The eat them like that in Asia very tastey so they say

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Thanks sooooo much for that info Ruby :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Don't mention it, always glad to help.

You sure about that? It looks like a garden spider to me. They are slow and just tickle a bit if they manage to catch up with you.
Would I lie about something like this, that could be a matter of life or death? *tuts*

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You sure about that?

 

It looks like a garden spider to me.

 

They are slow and just tickle a bit if they manage to catch up with you.

 

Tickle? Tickle? I love a tickle every now & then but I'd rather have my back scratched by a hungry tiger than have a tickle from that beast.

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Looks like a holy cross spider to me.

 

I did go googling for a picture, but i've now creeped myself out.

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