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Lycosa erythrognatha


Aranha Lycosa com filhotes, encontrei na grama do meu quintal.

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Sckel 6 years ago

Yes, the babies on the back. I tried to make the picture look sharper, but could not. I found the spider hidden in the grass. I put the spider on the leaf, so I could transport it elsewhere. It threw herself on the ground and babies littered the ground, and babies quickly joined on the back of the spider, like a magnet pulls the dust magnet. I hope you understand what I wrote, because my English is bad. haha :D

RiekoS 6 years ago

Is this carrying her babies on the back?

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Cariacica, ES, Brazil

Spotted on Feb 19, 2014
Submitted on Feb 19, 2014

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