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Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp) female at nest entrance, Mindo, Pichincha Province, Ecuador, South America  -  James Christensen
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70045808 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp) female at nest entrance, Mindo, Pichincha Province, Ecuador, South America© James Christensen
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) hatchlings, native to South America
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00578152 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) hatchlings, native to South America© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) in defensive posture, Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru  -  Konrad Wothe
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00551042 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) in defensive posture, Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru© Konrad Wothe
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) in defensive posture, Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru  -  Konrad Wothe
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00551041 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) in defensive posture, Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru© Konrad Wothe
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) in defensive posture, Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru  -  Konrad Wothe
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00551040 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera) in defensive posture, Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru© Konrad Wothe
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera), Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru  -  Konrad Wothe
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00550939 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria fera), Panguana Nature Reserve, Peru© Konrad Wothe
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp) with prey, Yasuni National Park, Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00476105 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp) with prey, Yasuni National Park, Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria boliviensis) consuming a Fort Randolph Robber Frog (Pristimantis gaigei), Colon, Panama  -  James Christensen
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00434752 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria boliviensis) consuming a Fort Randolph Robber Frog (Pristimantis gaigei), Colon, Panama© James Christensen
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria boliviensis) walking on bananas, native to Central America  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240553 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria boliviensis) walking on bananas, native to Central America© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp), Mindo, Pichincha Province, Ecuador, South America  -  James Christensen
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70045767 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp), Mindo, Pichincha Province, Ecuador, South America© James Christensen
Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp) in defensive posture, Yasuni National Park, Amazon, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00482158 Wandering Spider (Phoneutria sp) in defensive posture, Yasuni National Park, Amazon, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Venomous Wandering spider (Phoneutria sp), a relative of the dangerous Brazillian Banana Spider, attaching its eggs in a silk nest to a leaf. This individual is missing its right front leg. Yasuni Nat...
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90859688 Venomous Wandering spider (Phoneutria sp), a relative of the dangerous Brazillian Banana Spider, attaching its eggs in a silk nest to a leaf. This individual is missing its right front leg. Yasuni Nat...©
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer), composite of a subadult female. Atlantic forest, Tapirai, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Meetyourneighbours.net project.
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90824051 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer), composite of a subadult female. Atlantic forest, Tapirai, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Meetyourneighbours.net project.© MYN / Joao P. Burini
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer) Tapirai, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Atlantic forest. Meetyourneighbours.net project.
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90790852 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer) Tapirai, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Atlantic forest. Meetyourneighbours.net project.© MYN / Joao P. Burini
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria keyserlingi) male, South-east Atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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90785119 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria keyserlingi) male, South-east Atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.© Joao Burini
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria keyserlingi) male, South-east atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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90785118 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria keyserlingi) male, South-east atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.© Joao Burini
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer). South-east Atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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90785114 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer). South-east Atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.© Joao Burini
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer) inside a bromeliad. South-east Atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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90785107 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer) inside a bromeliad. South-east Atlantic forest, Piedade, Sao Paulo, Brazil.© Joao Burini
Armed spider (Phoneutria sp) in threat posture on white background, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru
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90782199 Armed spider (Phoneutria sp) in threat posture on white background, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru© Emanuele Biggi
Armed spider (Phoneutria sp) in threat posture, Peru, July.
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90782044 Armed spider (Phoneutria sp) in threat posture, Peru, July.© Emanuele Biggi
Armed spider (Phoneutria sp) eating a leaf katydid (Typophillum sp.), Peru.
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90782027 Armed spider (Phoneutria sp) eating a leaf katydid (Typophillum sp.), Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru.
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90782023 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in rainforest, Peru.
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90782022 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in rainforest, Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in the rainforest of Peru.
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90782021 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) active at night in the rainforest of Peru.© Emanuele Biggi
Snail (Euglandina sp.) on white background,  Peru
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90782017 Snail (Euglandina sp.) on white background, Peru© Emanuele Biggi
Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru. July.
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90782015 Banana spider (Phoneutria sp.) at night, Peru. July.© Emanuele Biggi
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer) Parque do Zizo Private reserve, Sao Paulo, Atlantic Forest South-East Reserves, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brazil.
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90770852 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer) Parque do Zizo Private reserve, Sao Paulo, Atlantic Forest South-East Reserves, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brazil.© Joao Burini
Scientist watching spiders (Phoneutria sp.) at scientific station,  Panguana Reserve, Huanuco province, Amazon basin, Peru. September 2013.
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90713200 Scientist watching spiders (Phoneutria sp.) at scientific station, Panguana Reserve, Huanuco province, Amazon basin, Peru. September 2013.© Konrad Wothe
Peruvian Wandering Spider (Phoneutria reidyi) adult female, in warning posture towards photographer, Los Amigos Biological Station, Madre de Dios, Amazonia, Peru  -  Emanuele Biggi/ FLPA
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80136079 Peruvian Wandering Spider (Phoneutria reidyi) adult female, in warning posture towards photographer, Los Amigos Biological Station, Madre de Dios, Amazonia, Peru© Emanuele Biggi / FLPA
Wandering spider (Phoneutria sp) Iwokrama, Guyana (Andrew Snyder Meetyourneighboursnet project  -  MYN/ Andrew Snyder/ npl
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90396025 Wandering spider (Phoneutria sp) Iwokrama, Guyana (Andrew Snyder Meetyourneighboursnet project© MYN / Andrew Snyder / NPL
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer), juvenile, from tropical rainforest, Sao Miguel, Arcanjo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, June meetyourneighboursnet project  -  MYN/ Joao P. Burini/ npl
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90380131 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria nigriventer), juvenile, from tropical rainforest, Sao Miguel, Arcanjo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, June meetyourneighboursnet project© MYN / Joao P. Burini / NPL
Highly venomous Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria sp) Tambopata National Reserve, Amazonia, Peru  -  Fabio Liverani/ npl
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90043060 Highly venomous Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria sp) Tambopata National Reserve, Amazonia, Peru© Fabio Liverani / NPL
Highly venomous Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria sp) Tambopata National Reserve, Amazonia, Peru  -  Fabio Liverani/ npl
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90043059 Highly venomous Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria sp) Tambopata National Reserve, Amazonia, Peru© Fabio Liverani / NPL
Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria fera) female guarding her egg-sac, which she has camouflaged with bits of dead leaf A very poisonous genus of spider, in rainforest, Brazil  -  Premaphotos/ npl
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90020138 Brazilian wandering spider (Phoneutria fera) female guarding her egg-sac, which she has camouflaged with bits of dead leaf A very poisonous genus of spider, in rainforest, Brazil© Premaphotos / NPL
Peruvian Wandering Spider (Phoneutria reidyi) adult male, in warning posture towards photographer, Los Amigos Biological Station, Madre de Dios, Amazonia, Peru  -  Emanuele Biggi/ FLPA
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80144609 Peruvian Wandering Spider (Phoneutria reidyi) adult male, in warning posture towards photographer, Los Amigos Biological Station, Madre de Dios, Amazonia, Peru© Emanuele Biggi / FLPA
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