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Discussion in 'Spiders and Inverts' started by foxxy cleopatra, May 19, 2009.
urghhhhhh i feel sickkk
blob coming your way for that 1 hahahahaha
you will when all the eggs hatch and such a lovely girl :devil:
ahahaa crawling all over the room ahaha
while foxxy sleeps they will come hanging from the ceiling crawling onto bed there may be hundreds of them they will lay eggs in your hair :crazy: :001_rolleyes:
haha the way we are winding her up she won't sleep tonight
when i lived at home i was sleeping in bed one night when i awoke in the middle of the night...i had been dreaming that i was eating something nice and had put some away for safe keeping for later...*you know whats coming*...i was aware of something stuck in my teeth:blush:...got out of bed...light went on...pulled out a SPIDERS HAIRY LEG!!.hysterical screams followed,swiftly by startled parents:hand: a HUUUUUUUUGE hairy spider had dropped from the ceiling right into my mouth:cryin: i had munched on the little beastie,bitten it in half and put the rest under my pillow.The storys a regular at family get togethers
That spider looks really creepy,kind tropical!
oh dear poor foxxy :nonod: :cryin:
It looks to be a type of lace weaver , But dont no what species .
LOL @ Bordie's posts
I would have screamed if I'd seen that! It looks plastic lol...
Did you squish it?
there was screaming..and yeah it does look plastic...but it was moving..uurrrgghhhh still dont know what it is! ...
and yeah...squished :S sorry spider fans
Its Dysdera Crocata the woodlouse Spider (Female full of eggs as well going by the shape of the Abdomen)
They usually live anywhere there are woodlice as they feed exclusively on them
Their Chelicerae are greatly enlarged and have powerful fangs for penetrating the armoured shell of the woodlouse, during the day they can be found in small firmly anchored silk tubes, only coming out at night to hunt.
Dysdera Crocata has an Aggressive nature, although not dangerous, when threatened they will rear up and can and will inflict a very painfull bite that can result in a pronounced 4"-5" swelling at/around the envenomation site but this will recede and heal over a couple of days with the help of a suitable Antihistamine cream
they will come out tonight and bite you.the eggs stay hidden for ages then they all hatch together if you move house they go with you poor foxy:smilewinkgrin:
omgggggg there were woodlice in my room! arghhhh scary! thanks for telling me! really wanted to know! sif they bite!!! ahhhaa ive moved out now...so the nxt owners better watch their backs lol.
When I was working I found a wolf spider. I chucked a pot on it and ran for my life :yikes: