Adorable Spiders That Are Not As Scary As You...
Regal jumping spider
With adult males averaging 0.5 inch and females about 0.6 inch in length, regal jumping spiders are the largest jumping spiders in eastern North America. Males and females are easily differentiated. The males are always black with a pattern of white spots and stripes. Females often bear similar patterns, but range in color from shades of gray to vivid orange.
Eight-spotted crab spider
Wide – jawed viciria
Australian garden orb weaver
Ant – mimic jumping spider
Tree stump spider
Ogre – faced spider
Distributed nearly worldwide in the tropics, these spiders got their name due to the imagined similarity between their appearance and that of the mythological creature, the ogre. The spiders make webs that they suspend between the front legs and when prey approaches, they will stretch the net to two or three times its relaxed size and propel it onto the prey.
Heavy jumping spider
Red-backed jumping spider
Occupying relatively dry habitats such as coastal dunes or oak woodlands in western North America, red-backed jumping spider is one of the largest and most commonly encountered jumping spiders. This species constructs conspicuous tubular silken nests under rocks and wood on the ground and sometimes grape vines.
Ladybug mimic spider
Green jumping spider
Goliath bird eating spider
After giant huntsman,the Goliath bird-eater is the world´s second largest spider by leg span and may by the largest by mass. Despite its name, the spider does not normally eat birds, it feeds on insects. It is venomous but the venom is relatively harmless and its effects are comparable to those of a wasp’s sting.
The arrowhead spider is a brightly colored arachnid whose leg span is barely 1 inch. These tiny creatures, absolutely harmless to humans, can be found during the spring, summer, and fall. They lurk around low shrubs at approximately 2 to 3 feet above ground in wooded thickets, wetlands, gardens and marsh areas.
Himalayan jumping spider
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Adorable Spiders That Are Not As Scary As You Think
Few people say they like spiders. These little creatures are usually characterized by terms like “disgusting”, “detestable” or “revolting” but in fact, the bad reputation is entirely undeserved. Most spiders are not dangerous to humans at all. Indeed, many are beneficial because they eat other pests in our homes and gardens. If we still have not succeeded in convincing you to stop hating these little guys, these 25 adorable spiders will show you that even spiders can be cute, or at least, interesting.
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