Weird spider

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Anyone know what this spider is? It looks odd.


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    Flickerdart
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    I think it’s just a normal spider carrying a water droplet.

    ohmybob
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    Or a giant spider carrying an eggplant.

    wadoner
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    wadoner

    Its the elusive J-Lo spider known for its large brown ass.

    Professor Ratbaggy
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    Knowing what region of what country may help someone identify it.

    przxqgl
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    not knowing what region it’s from, my best guess is an orb weaver.

    Insanely Rational
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    It’s a female black widow. If you see one, run like hell. And whatever you do, don’t marry it.

    (Actually, I have no idea what it is, but it does look a bit like a black widow.)

    sykotik
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    One of those tasty “honey-dew” spiders right?

    Or is that ants…..

    Im-postle-able
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    Re: “I think it’s just a normal spider carrying a water droplet.”

    fail observational skills are fail

    Jet
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    I know what it is!! Its a soon-to-be-smashed-under-my-boot-spider closely related to the kill-it-with-fire spider of Columbia

    DemolitionsGeek
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    100% NOT a black widow. I live in the desert (Las Vegas) and Black Widows are native here and they invade anything that hasn’t seen light in over 24 hours.

    This is a type of orb spider found down south around Georgia and Alabama.

    DemolitionsGeek
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    I was wrong. It’s called a “False Black Widow Spider,” a type of Australian orb spider that is often mistaken for a black widow. We were ALL right 😀

    Deleted_User
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    “We were ALL right :D”

    Except for the idiot who said it was a spider carrying a water droplet. Cuz it is so very hard to see the little hairs all over it.

    Camiam321
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    @DemolitionsGeek
    The black widow is not limited to the desert. I lived in FL for four years, and our house was infested with black and brown widows. brown widows are twice as venomous, and half as aggressive. i guess that cancels out(?_)

    Stolid
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