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Old 10-07-2005, 12:06 PM   #31
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Who wants to identify the biggest most disgusting spiders at my work







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Old 10-13-2005, 09:59 PM   #33
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The second one looks like a giant spider eating my car
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Old 10-14-2005, 02:43 AM   #34
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It's an orb weaver of some sort. Probably a barn spider (though I don't know if their range extends that far west ) or something else in the Eriophora genus.
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Holy Crap! I have those damn big brown spiders in my back yard. What the hell are they? Their webs are huge and the spiders are so EVIL looking
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There are spiders like that back home in the gulf cost region of Texas. We use to call them banana spiders, why I don't know. Those suckers who get huge. I hated running into those while mowing the lawn.
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It looks like a box elder bug:

http://www.cirrusimage.com/bugs_box_elder.htm
That's definitely it. I can't believe someone is freaked out over those things. I see probably hundreds of them a year, and they've been a regular appearance since my childhood. In fact, this time of year, they start clumping in random places near the house.

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Excuse me while I run out of this thread shrieking.

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That's definitely it. I can't believe someone is freaked out over those things. I see probably hundreds of them a year, and they've been a regular appearance since my childhood. In fact, this time of year, they start clumping in random places near the house.

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If they were just chilling out on the sides of the house, I'd be fine. But I don't like them falling in my hair...down my shirt...and getting into the house when I open the door.
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