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Invertebrate Aussie-White Tailed Spider-St. Andrews Cross Spider-Aussie Blowfly.

JimmyJohn

Malcolm Douglas
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1-This White Tailed Spider made Me pay attention..Sitting on the couch having a morning coffee leant forward to pick up the mug,looked down and this Dinasaur was lumbering between My feet from under the couch...I Did Pay Attention...2-St. Andrews Cross Spider in the garden....3-The Aussie Blowfly....Legend!!!....Cheers to all.
 

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Kiwisailor

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That is a big White Tail.
They are active over here too, coming out of hibernation.
You may well not see them, but notice a lack of other spiders, as they get hunted by W.T.s.
Beware....
 
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