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OMG WTF kind is this lol....

Discussion in 'Arachnids and Other Bugs' started by Andrea12065, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. Andrea12065

    Andrea12065 Little Dog

    This thing was on my porch..and the same kind same size was on my curtain in my living room a week ago,,what kind is it?? I HATE SPIDERS! My boyfriend tortures me with them by chasing me around the house with them :( I swear if I find one more of these big ass spiders in my house Im moving lol..Anyone know what kind it is?? I live in upstate NY, I never ever seen one like this in my 27 years of life lol...

    Please tell me if the pic is too big an ill try to fix it :)
  2. pookie!

    pookie! GRCH Dog

    Looks like one from the Arachnophobia movie lol

    Maybe some kind of Wolf Spider? I would keep it though..
  3. Andrea12065

    Andrea12065 Little Dog

    hell no pookie i aint keepin it lmao...it did jump when it was touched a little..forgot to mention that
  4. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    Would be easier to tell if you also had a pic of the eye pattern. I'm thinking it's some sort of wolf spider. Reminds me a bit of Lycosidae Pardosa, but it isn't that.
  5. Sandi

    Sandi Big Dog

    They were Avondale spiders from a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. They are the size of mice with long legs.... Gave me the s$%ts first time I saw one run past.
  6. jeoestreich

    jeoestreich GRCH Dog

    All I have to say is that is really cool. :D It might be a wolf spider. Hopefully Gal will come on and she could tell you.
  7. Gatorpit

    Gatorpit Good Dog

    looks like a huntsman. Totally harmless but freaky fast moving and prone to jumping at you when alarmed. lol
  8. ButterflySouls

    ButterflySouls Little Dog

    It's a brown recluse, gaize
  9. Andrea12065

    Andrea12065 Little Dog

    atleast its harmless..there was one in my house..so im sure theres more around..I dont wanna find one in my room, like in my bed lol..ewww
  10. Gatorpit

    Gatorpit Good Dog

    It's NOT a brown recluse.
  11. ButterflySouls

    ButterflySouls Little Dog

    You're not familiar with the term, "Trolling" are you?

  12. chloesredboy2

    chloesredboy2 Good Dog

    I agree with Gatorpit looks like a Huntsman to me. They are all over around here. They are harmless but it scares the piss out of me when they jump at you.:lol:

    Just for the record, Brown Recluse
  13. Zoe

    Zoe GRCH Dog

    OMFG. I would kill him. Like seriously freak out and stab his ass! :lol:
  14. HAVIK2211

    HAVIK2211 Little Dog

    ewwwwww.....that soooooo gross...i have a phobia of spiders. i almost had a wreck one time cuz there was one in my car spinning its spidey web down to my steering wheel!
  15. Gatorpit

    Gatorpit Good Dog

    Lol. I am...but I don't pay attention to who posts what...if I did...I would have known. Shame on me. lol

    Now, let me tell you all a tale. The name of the story is "Spiderbomb". Are you ready for this? :)

    I worked at a "snake farm". We bred and raised thousands (10s of thousands) of various reptiles and feeders for the pet trade. Due to the large number of feeder insects, huntsman spiders were a common occurance. It got to where we could prety much ignore them.

    One day, I was working with a friend in the ball python room. We kept the babies in rubbermaid shoeboxes stacked four high on racks. Sometimes the spiders would sit on the back of these stacks, and flip the fuck out when you pulled down a stack on which they were resting.

    All of a sudden I heard the crash of a stack hitting the floor, and an ear-rending shriek of terror from my friend. I ran over to where she was, and her cart was literally COVERED in hundreds of tiny spiders. Apparently a brooding momma huntsman was on the back of the stack, and when she pulled it down, the spider did it's customary "leap of terror" onto her cart. Huntsman mommas carry their brood on their backs (good mommas) and when she landed, her babies went EVERYWHERE.

    Spiderbomb. :)

    I also have a story about a tarantula that stowed away in my hoodie and appeared on my neck an hour later. :) LOL
  16. HAVIK2211

    HAVIK2211 Little Dog

    ^ewwwww.....i would have never been able to work there
  17. Andrea12065

    Andrea12065 Little Dog

    ^^^AHHHH i woulda hadda panic attack lmao...there are so many spiders around where i live now..i just moved here in feb..i never seen this many in my life, even spending my summers as a child in lake george...and i dont even live in the woods lol..maybe my house is rotting lmao,,
  18. Andrea12065

    Andrea12065 Little Dog

    someone on another forum pointed out something really funny...the markings on the spiders "face" make it look like its smileing...creepy right....
  19. amanda214

    amanda214 Good Dog

    Looks like Imgettinmyass Outtahere :run:
  20. jeoestreich

    jeoestreich GRCH Dog

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