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Giant Crab Spider

Olios species

Description:

Someone called this the Crab-Walking Spider and this what I have called them ever since. They come into our house very often and they are so very fast they are hard to catch. They creep me out! I guess I just have to get past those 8 legs. Yes, they really do walk sideways like a crab! Part of why they creep me out. You just don't know which way they will go.

Habitat:

Sonoran Desert

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1 Comment

luvnature
luvnature 10 years ago

Not a pet. Go to my reference website to find out that they are common here in Tucson.

luvnature
Spotted by
luvnature

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Spotted on Aug 11, 2012
Submitted on Sep 11, 2012

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