Verrucosa arenata


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Supposedly this guy or gal is harmless to humans, but man does it look like that yellow triangle is saying “Don’t screw with me”!?

This was my first thought as I unpacked our supplies from a weekend camp out and saw these eight legs wandering out.

Someone captured a better image of this beautiful creature here in this wiki.

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One Comment

  1. Michael
    Posted November 9, 2011 at 7:56 pm | Permalink

    man, am I sure not a fan of spiders . . . .

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