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    Which spider is this

    Found this on my floor today, anyone know which spider it is?

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    A big one?
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    A dead one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnlawyer View Post
    A dead one.
    Nope not dead, dead spiders do not jump.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by andmel View Post
    Nope not dead, dead spiders do not jump.....
    No I meant it would be dead if I spotted it in my house 555. Spiders give me the creeps. Especially ones that jump

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    It's a fishing spider (Thalassius albocinctus), found near, or in, water. Common in the rice fields, I've been told it's not deadly and it can also be eaten (but what in Thailand can't!)
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    there are no deadly spiders naturally living in thaiand,some can hurt you ,but you better watch out for the centipedes that can really fuck you up.and them sanakes, and dangerous pissed up drivers and jetskis and speedboats and ladyboys with bottles
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    Quote Originally Posted by stupscott View Post
    It's a fishing spider (Thalassius albocinctus), found near, or in, water. Common in the rice fields, I've been told it's not deadly and it can also be eaten (but what in Thailand can't!)
    Well done.. Thats a new on on me.. Never seen one... Very cool.

    I have had golden orbs in the garden, and you see many in the jungles.. Huge webs which you can hit while riding and is kinda nasty.. Also had some really monster huntsman spiders..

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve w View Post
    and ladyboys with bottles
    Thats why you need to sick to the midget ones..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LivinLOS View Post
    Thats why you need to sick to the midget ones..
    Midget ladyboys with bottles; what an image to wake up to

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    ^^^^ we know somebody who fantasies about this 5555555555

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    Perverts all of ya 555
    Money can't buy love but it can rent a pretty close imitation.

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    Only here could we spin a spider thread into a LB discussion...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarProfiteer View Post
    Only here could we spin a spider thread into a LB discussion...
    It is not that far fetched. Both species have long legs, some of them are harmless, some are more poisonous. And if you are not careful, they may sting you.

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    Are there midget-ladyboy-spiders?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iltis View Post
    Are there midget-ladyboy-spiders?
    Never seen Kiss of the spider woman ???

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    Not yet but i'll download it. Do you think it's a good family film for christmas?
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    Running close behind Rare Exports and bad Santa..

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    The was my first year for Rare Exports... enjoyable in a "well that was different" kind of way...

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    Got a new visitor.....

    So the question today is which snake is this?
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