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Yvonner1994

  1 month ago

"Alright Alright Alright"

I just heard Hubs screaming like a little...

So I went to see what was going on.
This is what I found...it was Huge!

I tried to coax it onto my hand but it got a bit testy and reared up ready to strike. I could see the huge mandibles...a bit too big for my liking.
So I chickened out on this one because I wasn't sure if it's a Wolf Spider or just a Tarantula.

On went a cover, Priceline Catalogue slipped underneath and taken to the paddock across the road.

Safety First with This One.
Do You Know What Type of Spider It Is?
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KT051

  1 month ago
I know . . . It looks scary I would of been out of there. Reply
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juanita01

  1 month ago
It looks like a Wolf Spider.....I usually see them when they have hundreds of babies on their backs... Reply
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reds150

  1 month ago
Looks like a Carolina Wolf Spider , unusual to wander inside the house .
They are poisonous , and can give a nasty painful bite but are not deadly . The back of this spider looks like it's carrying spiderlings , the size of an average wolf is about 20mm .
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CindyN

  1 month ago
I relocate most spiders out to the garden, but always kill redbacks and white tails. I have a resident hunstsman named Bert. We live together in peace. I had a white tail spider bite many years ago (going back 30 years). The site of the bite would necrose (break down) each 6 weeks for about 3 years. Would just get it healed and it would break down again. Could almost set the calendar to the day.....I have a deep white scar there now. At the time my doctor said I was very unfortunate because it is only the female spider who causes problems at certain times of the year, and it is only certain people who react.... Reply
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ellisqt

  1 month ago
Rid the arachnid. Off to the paddock you go, you nasty bugger. Reply
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WoodyP

  1 month ago
It does look a bit like a wolf spider but not sure. Well disposed of Y, good use of the Priceline catalogue. I find the magnetic calendar I have on the fridge is ideal for this sort of work, slips nicely under a glass. Reply
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JackBun

  1 month ago
OH that is about as big as the one that was on my bed a week or two back Reply
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pagalu

  1 month ago
Huntsman? Reply
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stratman

  1 month ago
It looks like the Flat Spider species - I checked with its colleague on the heel of my shoe Reply
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C9534653

  1 month ago
I can't help with the species Y, any spiders inside either I or hubby will take them outside, I do like most spiders and don't kill them :) Reply
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