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9 minutes ago, Jerry Callo said:

Looks like a wolf spider.

Naw, don't see his two buddies with him howling at the moon.

 

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It's a fucking wolf spider.  You can see their eye's shine/reflect at night when you shine a light at them.  They don't build webs but hunt their prey rather.  Aptly named spiders.... You can find them with hundreds of babies on their back. I feel like we go through this same shit a couple of times every year. 

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Just now, Lerka Lerka said:

It's a fucking wolf spider.  You can see their eye's shine/reflect at night when you shine a light at them.  They don't build webs but hunt their prey rather.  Aptly named spiders.... You can find them with hundreds of babies on their back. I feel like we go through this same shit a couple of times every year. 

I always called them all wolf spiders but I was wrong. Some dweeb entomologist I know told me I was stupid. Honestly, I still call them all wolf spiders regardless. You can tell bc the one part is bigger than the ass.

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The cephalothorax is right for Wolf Spider, but the abdomen is larger and rounder than for most Wolf Spider species. Not a grass spider, though, because that's even narrower in the abdomen.

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Looks like a pubes spider judging by the ones to the right of him. 
I'm blek. All hair looks like that. Efficiency.

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27 minutes ago, Walden Ponderer said:

The cephalothorax is right for Wolf Spider, but the abdomen is larger and rounder than for most Wolf Spider species. Not a grass spider, though, because that's even narrower in the abdomen.

I found the fucking dweeb.

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1 hour ago, Walden Ponderer said:

The cephalothorax is right for Wolf Spider, but the abdomen is larger and rounder than for most Wolf Spider species. Not a grass spider, though, because that's even narrower in the abdomen.

Maybe he's just hungry?

Edited by ulukinatme

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4 hours ago, HOOKEM4 said:

I always called them all wolf spiders but I was wrong. Some dweeb entomologist I know told me I was stupid. Honestly, I still call them all wolf spiders regardless. You can tell bc the one part is bigger than the ass.

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Wrong.  Wolf Spiders have eight legs.

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Can I be the PETA fag that says don't kill spiders. Spiders hunt and kill all of the more annoying bugs.

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35 minutes ago, ztejas said:

Can I be the PETA fag that says don't kill spiders. Spiders hunt and kill all of the more annoying bugs.

I once woke up with a wolf spider crawling on my shirtless torso when I was about 8. That was pretty annoying. Ever since that every single spider gets the torch except garden spiders. 

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7 minutes ago, NorthLoop said:

I once woke up with a wolf spider crawling on my shirtless torso when I was about 8. That was pretty annoying. Ever since that every single spider gets the torch except garden spiders. 

I gave your mom the torch last night. 

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56 minutes ago, NorthLoop said:

I once woke up with a wolf spider crawling on my shirtless torso when I was about 8. That was pretty annoying. Ever since that every single spider gets the torch except garden spiders. 

One bit my nuts when I was around 6.

Outside=spider lives

Inside=squish like grape

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45 minutes ago, BurntEyes said:

Outside=spider lives

Inside=squish like grape

This.  It is my deal with spiders.  They are 100% safe so long as they stay outside.  Come into my house and it's on like Donkey Kong.

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Web spiders are fine. I know where they will be.  Roaming spiders, adios mofos. Even wolf spiders. 

Caveat:  those big banana spiders we used to have in Houston would get forcibly relocated via long stick if they built a web I had any chance of walking into. 

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10 hours ago, Pato del Muerto said:

 

Caveat:  those big banana spiders we used to have in Houston would get forcibly relocated via long stick if they built a web I had any chance of walking into. 

Same with orb weavers, though those fuckers will just rebuild the next day right in your fucking way

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Hey you guys want to see something awesome. Walk on to your lawn or nearby field at night and shine your flashlight at the grass. Good times.

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18 hours ago, ztejas said:

Can I be the PETA fag that says don't kill spiders. Spiders hunt and kill all of the more annoying bugs.

You can but I won't listen to you. 

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Can I be the PETA fag that says don't kill spiders. Spiders hunt and kill all of the more annoying bugs.
Fuck PETA but I agree with this. However, since the wife and kids hate the things I employ the popular inside-kill outside-leave alone strategy.

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On 3/5/2019 at 6:47 PM, ztejas said:

Can I be the PETA fag that says don't kill spiders. Spiders hunt and kill all of the more annoying bugs.

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I'll be the even faggier PETA fag and say leave snakes alone, they do the same thing.  Well, rattlesnakes... maybe.  Coral snakes, yes.  Just give 'em room to leave and you'll never see it again.

 

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On 3/8/2019 at 8:18 AM, Steamboat1874 said:

That would be a Dead Spider if it got anywhere near me.

You sound like my FIL.  He'll go out of his way to kill a rat snake and then complain about rat droppings in his garage.  Vast majority of spiders and snakes are beneficial unless you just prefer less desirable pests in your house and property.  You could get bit by a wolf spider and a mosquito and you wouldn't know which bite was which.

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what kind of spider is this? 

 

 

 

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Spider is probably about 2" in length from foot to foot.

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