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#31    frogfish

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Posted 06 January 2007 - 06:17 PM

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Has anyone ever here of those spiders that travel in hibernation in packs and are designed to take on extreme cold temperatures, If I remember correctly they have the ability to detach from the vegatation or trees. when the wind is high and probably in a certain season or region of the world but they fly up airborne across a nation to land somewhere else and finish the process of hibernation, When in waking they defrost and either give birth or mate at one of the locations flown from. theyve been known to go even higher than airplains in to one of our space atmospheres , that how much cold they can handle,

All I know are the hactling spiders "balloon"...

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 01:28 PM

we have one of those here in the philippines, i think it is supposed to be poisonus but it does not bite very often because we catch one of those and sometimes with bare hands.. our parents and the elders here forbid us to handle and take or even touch one of those bec. as i say it is supposed to be poisonus. what do you expect we did as a kid? hehehe

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 03:07 PM

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we have one of those here in the philippines, i think it is supposed to be poisonus but it does not bite very often because we catch one of those and sometimes with bare hands.. our parents and the elders here forbid us to handle and take or even touch one of those bec. as i say it is supposed to be poisonus. what do you expect we did as a kid? hehehe

I can promise you that it was not poisonous, don't worry.

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Posted 12 January 2007 - 10:31 AM

You know,once i was bitten by a spider.it gave me a really bad swelling reaction and it continued flaring my arm up for over a whole year then on and off the second year....in patches it would appear as a raised lump then two then three then it would spread and swell all over my left arm and the pain and itching was terrible.to this day i dont touch them any more ill post what it was later...

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Posted 12 January 2007 - 10:56 AM

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You know,once i was bitten by a spider.it gave me a really bad swelling reaction and it continued flaring my arm up for over a whole year then on and off the second year....in patches it would appear as a raised lump then two then three then it would spread and swell all over my left arm and the pain and itching was terrible.to this day i dont touch them any more ill post what it was later...


well i was trying to find the spider that bit me but cant find it anymore its very similar to Tegenaria gigantea, but lived on a thick web and if you approach it it raises its legs and shakes its web insanely....the bite was two black dots which with each one was encircled with little red dots....about eight-ten on each.

wot about that then....the swine it was,if i ever see it again i'll rip its legs of and give them to my dog!

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Posted 12 January 2007 - 02:05 PM

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well i was trying to find the spider that bit me but cant find it anymore its very similar to Tegenaria gigantea, but lived on a thick web and if you approach it it raises its legs and shakes its web insanely....the bite was two black dots which with each one was encircled with little red dots....about eight-ten on each.

wot about that then....the swine it was,if i ever see it again i'll rip its legs of and give them to my dog!

The reaction you suffered was most likely a allergic reaction. All spiders are venomous as they use venom to digest their prey, but it can affect individuals in different ways. The incident was most likely a one off, you have to go to southern France to find our nearest medically important species of spider unless you got yours out of a banana box.

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Posted 13 January 2007 - 08:35 AM

It looks like a saint Andrews cross spider we use to get in our garden when we use to live in Sydney Australia. Beautiful spider, and their webs looked beautiful too. laugh.gif


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Posted 13 January 2007 - 08:55 AM

I think I found your answer ......   http://www.ebaumsworld.com/2007/01/spider-on-drugs.html  yes.gif  thumbsup.gif  laugh.gif





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