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Desc:Creepy and huge
Category:Pets & Animals, Horror
Tags:spiders, Japan, colorful, not in my shower
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Comment count is 14
kennydra - 2010-10-27
chumbucket - 2010-10-27

garcet71283 - 2010-10-27
What is with the size of these things? I thought bugs this big were only supposed to live in tropical regions. I no longer feel safe in my hemisphere.
Sudan no1 - 2010-10-27
Now you know why they stay inside and draw porn all day.

Adham Nu'man - 2010-10-27
Southern Japan IS a tropical region.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-10-27

Mother Lumper - 2010-10-27
I've seen orb weavers in the Eastern US that large, big deal.

Stopheles - 2010-10-27
To say nothing of the Midwest.

And it's an orb-weaver - show me a video of a portia spider half the size, and I'd throw my laptop out a window due to panic reflex.

Dread Pirate Roberts - 2010-10-27
I had one of these living outside my childhood home in the Southern US too. It was probably about that big. Orb-weavers are awesome. Look them up. Most, if not all, are completely non-poisonous.

Old_Zircon - 2010-10-27
Yeah, I grew up in Eastern Masachusetts and we have mantids and spiders just like that. The spiders are just slightly smaller, but only slightly.
Binro the Heretic - 2010-10-27
We have a few varieties of these lovelies here in the Florida/Alabama region. I always loved finding one of their webs when I was a kid. The spiders look like they're crafted by jewelers and the webs are always enormous glittering cathedrals of silk.

Sadly, their numbers have taken a hit due to a boom in the spider wasp population. The wolf spiders are declining as well. :(
Squeamish - 2010-10-28
Yeah, the wasps are what you really need to fear in Japan.

There are varieties that can melt flesh and are the size of your goddamned thumb.

mudl - 2010-10-27
The Mothership - 2014-10-31
Bout as big as a good-sized hobo, which are common around Oregon and my garage in particular.
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