Mating Pair Wet Specimen Black Widow Spiders (female is on the left)

Till Death Do Us Part, Mating Pair Wet Specimen Black Widow Spiders In Vintage Perfume Bottle - I need to learn how to set specimens in gel.

Confira 15 das mais venenosas criaturas da Terra

Redback Spider -- Related to the black widow, a bite from Australia's venomous redback spider can leave you writhing in pain for days. Luckily, an antivenom was introduced in 1956 and there haven't been any reported human deaths since.

Black Widow Spider Watercolor Painting

Signed original watercolor painting of a black widow spider. 7 x painting on acid free watercolor paper.

Redback Spider native to Australia is a member of the venomous widow spiders.  Other common names include red-striped spider, red-spot spider, jockey spider, Murra-ngura spider, Kapara spider and the Kanna-jeri spider.


Redback spiders are found throughout Australia, in many habitats, including urban areas. They often hide in dry, sheltered places such as garden sheds, mailboxes and under toilet seats.

10 Fascinating Facts About Black Widow Spiders: Many black widow spiders can be recognized by a red hourglass marking.

10 Fascinating Facts About Black Widow Spiders

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Here's how to tell if you've been bitten by a black widow spider and how to treat the spider bite if you have. Be sure to look for the classic red hourglass shape on the spider's body.

These both look like ants, don't they? However, the creature you see pictured up top isn't even an insect. Can you guess what it is? Here's a hint: count the legs.    Count em? Eight. Eight! Those aren't antennae you see pointing forward, those are the forelegs of a Ugandan jumping spider — a Ugandan jumping spider that really wants you to think it's a Tetraponera twig ant, which is pictured below.    Sneaky sneaky!

Aggressive mimicry - Ugandan jumping spider mimicking a Tetraponera twig ant, which is pictured below.

White Widow Spider - Latrodectus pallidus - This species of spider of the family Theridiidae is commonly found throughout North Africa, the Middle East & Central Asia, although when compared to other widow species in the same areas, it is more rare - Its color ranges from beige to white, darker legs than body and no bright red markings Image credit : Adam Khor / moderator of site with image

Black widow spiders travel to UK

The spiders are distinctive for their shiny, black flesh, bulbous bodies, thick legs and skull-like patterns

Two treated in hospital after being bitten by poisonous false widow spiders but experts insist there AREN'T any more of them than normal

VENEMOUS, Spider may be venemous. The spiders are distinctive for their shiny, black flesh, bulbous bodies, thick legs and skull-like patterns

ravine trapdoor spider

This is a Ravine Trapdoor Spider. The scientific name is Cyclocosmia truncata Can you believe that this the back of a real spider? what a curious- and beautiful- little thing this is. A Ravine Trap Door Spider

Atrue spider of course have 8 legs, which means they belong to the arachnids (not insects, which only have 6 legs)

Desert Wolf Spider (Arachnida Araneae Araneomorphae Lycosidae Hoggicosa) Native only to Australia

I am gonna have bad dreams tonight.  Wait...brown widow???

Is that a brown widow? Is there even such thing as a brown widow?

Scorpion under ultraviolet light: Biologist Douglas Gaffin of the University of Oklahoma investigated the 'fluorescence' and found that the creatures can 'sense' light using their tails

Why DID scorpions evolve to glow under UV light? The answer isn't a passion for disco