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#626 - mydiscobiscuts
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(02/22/2012) [-]
Anyone else all of a sudden itchy?
#615 - calvinandhobbesfan
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#574 - TheOneKing
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#473 - thefasrdog ONLINE
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#467 - BerryLicious
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OH GOD BURN IT
OH GOD BURN IT
#442 - nonsenseanon
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I get scared enough when I see normal sized spiders for Michigan, I'd attack out of fright if I woke up near that thing!
I get scared enough when I see normal sized spiders for Michigan, I'd attack out of fright if I woke up near that thing!
#452 to #442 - fusrohdahh
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The scariest spider in Michigan; the Brown Recluse.
#458 to #452 - nonsenseanon
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Luckily I haven't spotted any of those, I caught a wolf spider with an average glass cup in the summer. This spider had grown so large that all of it's legs touched the edges of the glass while it was in attack pose. I killed that bitch with fire.
#465 to #458 - fusrohdahh
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If you see a Brown Recluse, kill it immediately. They're poisonous and can do some nasty work, look it up on Google images. I have a pet garden spider though, he's bigger than a half dollar and his name's Jeoffery. He has yet to bite me once, and I let him crawl around on me. It depends on the spider with the agression, honestly.
#486 to #465 - afluffycupcake
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But... they're not native to Michigan....
They only get here when lumber from southern states/the southern midwest comes in for construction.
Still, they are super dangerous. Second most venemous spider in the US if I'm remembering correctly. Even though they don't bite humans often, its dangerous when you are bitten because of how toxic the venom is. An adult brown recluse could kill a person if not treated right away.
My dad survived a bite from one. Barely. He has a deep scar the size of a quarter on the back of his leg from it now. He said that it felt like all the bones in his body were breaking and his skin was melting off on his leg around where the bite was.
#493 to #486 - fusrohdahh
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I find them constantly in my backyard and sometimes in my house. They're nasty devils and can really **** your year up.
#500 to #493 - afluffycupcake
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Maybe you have one of the rare cases where they were brought up and survived.
But really, they aren't native here.

We did so much research after my dads bite....
Have you ever seen one? It's nasty af.
#505 to #500 - fusrohdahh
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Picture of the spider to watch out for, guys.
#503 to #500 - fusrohdahh
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I've seen quite a few of them, the skin turns brown and a crater forms and it gets really really graphic.
#471 to #465 - nonsenseanon
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I like garden spiders, I live on an old farm land and we get many. I was told they are really poisonous but are smart, they know immediatly and respond faster when a bug is caught in it's web then other spiders. There is only one kind of spider I want to own but I doubt I'll ever see it again in our gardens.
#480 to #471 - fusrohdahh
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What kind would that be, mate?
#502 to #480 - nonsenseanon
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I'm not sure, I was laying in the grass drawing when it crawled onto the page. It looked just like a crab but it was tiny, it was like a dandelion yellow with 3 little blue spots. I went to grab my iPod but it was gone when I got back. I had so many eye's I'm positive it was a spider.
#508 to #502 - fusrohdahh
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Could it have been oen of these? This is the kind I've got as a pet.
#531 to #508 - nonsenseanon
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No, it was small and flatter. It held itself close to the ground and crawled much like a crab as well, I'm going to look for one this summer. A little more like this.
#539 to #531 - fusrohdahh
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I know exactly what kind of spider you're talking about. Did it walk sideways?
#540 to #539 - nonsenseanon
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Yes it did, I found it amazing but I didn't want to touch it knowing nothing about it.
#543 to #540 - fusrohdahh
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They jump, too. They're cool little guys, very fast. They don't get very big though. :C
#547 to #543 - nonsenseanon
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Anything bigger then a qaurter is too much for me anyways, I would love to see how far the little guy can jump though. The only jumping spider I've ever seen was a pathetic little thing throwing itself across my table, it looked like it was tripping all over itself. I left it alone though, it made me laugh.
#551 to #547 - fusrohdahh
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I seen one jump about two feet, hopped straight in the air. The biggest one i've seen of the type you're talking about, was probably about the size of two peas.
#567 to #551 - nonsenseanon
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I'll have to research it before I catch one to know what I'm dealing with but it would be lovely to have one. Especially if I can find one as unique as the one I saw.
#592 to #567 - fusrohdahh
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They're cool little guys, you'll have to keep him udner a close watch though, he'll escape.

#599 to #592 - nonsenseanon
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I have a small crab fish tank with a seal shut lid and the air holes are tiny circular holes, can barely fit a toothpick through it. I hope he won't be able to escape from that, I want to see how being in a tank will effect him or if he adjusts.
#604 to #599 - fusrohdahh
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That'd be nice man, you'll have to show me pictures of him! You know what else is really cool to do? Plant garden plants in it and add bark and rocks and mushrooms and all that, put snails, worms, centipedes, spiders, ect. in there and watch your own little eco system unfold.
#608 to #604 - nonsenseanon
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That's a good idea, I'll have to try it. I'll have to show you if I can find it again, there's alot of cool looking spiders out there so I'm bound to find something.
#610 to #608 - fusrohdahh
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Right on, dude!
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#427 - tristanscharpman
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AAAHHHHHH GOOODDD KILL IT!!! KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!!
#281 - craazhy
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#250 - inkythesquid
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and then he woke up....
and then he woke up....
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#263 to #228 - kiitoast
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retoast. lTROLOLOL
#75 - sasssys
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my lucky cricket...
my lucky cricket...
#65 - siraiy
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That spider before eating his face   
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That spider before eating his face
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#55 - drewbridge
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(02/21/2012) [-]
oh god his mouth is opem