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Camel spiders are called camel spiders because they are normally found in the desert where you are likely to find camels – they have nothing to do with camels. Camel spider belongs to the class Arachnida just as true spiders and scorpions.

Camel spiders have strong bites that when left untreated can become infected. They are even stronger than scorpions.

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CAMEL SPIDER (solifuge) ©posted by While solifuges appear to have ten legs, they have eight legs; the first set of appendages are pedipalps, function as sense organs similar to insects’ antennae and give the appearance of an extra pair of.

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The camel spider also known as the wind scorpion or sun spider is in fact a member of the solifugae family and not a spider at all! It’s of the arachnid family but not actually a spider. They can be up to 6 inches long. These are speedy little buggers!

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˚Known as Camel Spider, Wind Scorpion or Sun Spider #Spiders
˚Known as Camel Spider, Wind Scorpion or Sun Spider #Spiders
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TEXAS WASP MOTHHorama panthalonSource: NABA FacebookPhoto: Troy Zurovec —- rhamphotheca: the diurnal wasp mimic, Texas Wasp Moth (Hor...
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The Texas Wasp Moth (Horama panthalon) is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It is found in most of South America, north to Mexico, southern Arizona, southern New Mexico, Texas and Florida.

Texas Wasp Moth - I wonder how many people flail and smack at these poor moths! Pretty little things, but they really do look like a hornet or wasp.

TEXAS WASP MOTH---Love the colors but I don't want to meet one up real close if you know what I mean.

Texas Wasp Moth - its thin waist and wings give it a semblance of a wasp nectaring on flowers.

TEXAS WASP MOTHHorama panthalonSource: NABA FacebookPhoto: Troy Zurovec —- rhamphotheca: the diurnal wasp mimic, Texas Wasp Moth (Hor...

TEXAS WASP MOTHHorama panthalonSource: NABA FacebookPhoto: Troy Zurovec —- rhamphotheca:  the diurnal wasp mimic, Texas Wasp Moth (Hor...
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Skulltula Ambush by http://ift.tt/K5ASUM
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Not a real spider. Digital art, "Art of the Skulltura" from the Zelda series by Nate Hallinan. Pinned as "Skull-mimic spider.

Skulltula from the Zelda series. As much as I hate/fear spiders, I have to admit, this is awesome. Now let us all hope that we don't ever have to deal with such a creature in our world .

Artist Nate Hallinan has illustrated what it might look like if Nintendo survives long enough to make a Zelda game with anything approaching fantastic, non

Skulltula in real life. Creepy but awesome at the same time.

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My worst fear. Hands down. Kill it! Kill it with fire!
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A winged spider? The idea almost sounds like a joke — spiders are only very, very distantly related to any animals possessing wings — but apparently belief in the existence of such a wi…

My worst fear. Hands down. Kill it! Kill it with fire!<<<no don't kill it tarantulas deserve love too

My worst fear. Hands down. Kill it! Kill it with fire!

My worst fear. Hands down. Kill it! Kill it with fire!
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Beautiful spider!
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Who wants to come across this cute spider?

Beautiful spider!

Beautiful spider!

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