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Others such as Jumping Spiders and Wolf Spiders have some enlarged eyes and excellent vision. Simply put, spiders have eyes that suit their hunting style.
wolf spider eyes
Parts of a spider!
Spider anatomy
Most are burrowing species which require relatively high humidity to survive. This group includes Tarantulas, Funnel-webs, Trapdoors and Mouse Spiders.
Others such as Jumping Spiders and Wolf Spiders have some enlarged eyes and excellent vision. Simply put, spiders have eyes that suit their hunting style.
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spider symbolism
Most are burrowing species which require relatively high humidity to survive. This group includes Tarantulas, Funnel-webs, Trapdoors and Mouse Spiders.
Insects have six legs, spiders have eight. Insects and indeed most arthropods have antennae, or feelers, spiders have none. Most insects have wings, ...
Swollen palpi = male spider
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Anatomy
... looks more like this one in your jar.
White-tailed spider. Image - Greg Comfort
It is now the weather for them to look for a mate so most of them you will find in your house / garage etc. will be males looking to get lucky
Insects have 2 antennae but spiders have no antennae.
Nursery Web Spider
Tarantula Spider
Researchers said the ancient arachnid may have used its tail for sensing predators and prey.
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Black tunnelweb spider
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Brown cobweb spider with rounded abdomen
A close up of a wolf spider
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They don't use them to walk on, just for mating, display, and as feelers. There are some rather miss-named creatures like the camel spider.
Cave spider (Damon variegatus) purchased at Jim Gray's Petrified Wood Company.
Head-on photo of a jumping spider on a leaf
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Multiple eyes of a jumping spider
Spider Links
Hogna carolinensis (Wolf spider)
hobo spider on a white surface
Golden and gorgeous
Thumbnail image #1 of the Running Spider
Two long, slender antenniform legs characterize amblypygids, giving them the name “whip spider.” These legs are no longer used for locomotion but are ...
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Hobo spider? - Agelenopsis
An ant-jumper spider
Califorctenus cacachilensis
Wolf Spider
Zoo Diet
Unlike insects, spiders do not have antennas.
... a light blue abdomen (but not when photographed), and it was probably a Pardosa hunting spider, on pebbles that would be washed with the sea in winter.
Black headed flax jumping spider. Photographed by Norm Heke.
garden spider
Printable Worksheet: Parts of a spider activity for young learners.
Araneus spider
Photo of a jumping spider sitting on a leaf
NB The males swollen pedipalps (feelers) bottom right.
A large brown-gray fishing spider with all legs spread out
11) Black Lace Weaver Spider
Huntsman Spiders
Featured spider picture
Wolf Spider
A black house spider on a white surface
Spider wasp
Grass Spider with 2 Large Feelers! - Falconina gracilis
Big Native Spiders in Wisconsin
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Wolf Spider
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Crab Spider Illustration
hobo spider
Some 2 inches (5 cm) long, they are fast and do not make webs. While they seem to have 5 pairs of legs, one pair are not true legs but feelers (pedipalps).
Featured spider picture of Tegenaria domestica (Barn Funnel Weaver)
The genitals of the spider (epigynum) are located just behind the legs on the ventral side.
Zebra jumping spider
View image of The first silkhenges were discovered in 2013 (Credit: Phil Torres)
Tarantulas don't rely much on their eyes, rather on their feelers and the thousands of hairs which cover those feelers and also register vibrations.
an overhead view of a huntsman spider on a white background
(nz) never seen anything like this, spider 8 legs by 4 of them look as though they are feelers or just very tough in comparison ...
Scientists believe that this primitive group and their relatives are believed to have existed more than 250 million years ago, and are "a kind of missing ...
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Spider Cricket closeup
9) Green Huntsman spider
Black Widow Spider
Spinneret