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August 21, 2010

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rjmadden

Fantastic shots. Tomatito Rodriguez must be very, very patient...

JuliaM

Jumping spiders always seem to have the most expressive 'faces' of all of the arachnids.

David

Well, I think they’re the spiders I’d most like to see scaled up to match the photos. The size of a large dinner plate, maybe. Then you could pet them and brush their hair. No?

Simen Thoresen

With so many soulful eyes, it must have much soul. No?

-S

Kimberly

"Well, I think they’re the spiders I’d most like to see scaled up to match the photos. The size of a large dinner plate, maybe. Then you could pet them and brush their hair. No?"

No.

NO.

*shrieks*

Great photos, though.

serr8d.blogspot.com

Wolf spiders: death machines; many eyes for to stalk and ambush insectoid prey. No webs needed for these critters.

Lovely creatures. Handsome, only to a mate.

JuliaM

Well, I certainly wouldn't want to see them scaled up any bigger than the size of a dinner plate.

Although, make them golden retriever sized, and we wouldn't need to worry too much about urban foxes. Or pitbulls. Or chavs accompanied by pitbulls...

Jonathan

" Well, I think they’re the spiders I’d most like to see scaled up to match the photos. The size of a large dinner plate, maybe. Then you could pet them and brush their hair. No?"

That's how it starts, with 'oohs' and 'aahs', but then there's running and screaming.

David

And of course they’d have to have heat vision.

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