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    Default Not a Tarantua but it is wild!

    I found this Pisaura mirabilis a while ago on a conifer, the first time Ive ever seen one!
    Was quite a size and a female. Later, after studying her I put her back and she made an egssac on that conifer.







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    Nice spider i would of kept her to make sure the eggs fully developed so there would be more then when it was time i would of put them back
    Luke Anthony

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    where was this? in the uk?? that looks amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason holland View Post
    where was this? in the uk?? that looks amazing
    Yea its a UK native,relaterd to Dolomedes, the semi aquatic spider.
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    ah ok... looks very cool for a uk spider

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