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Old 19-04-2013, 10:13 PM
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Default The spider that you would least like to keep.

As a bit of a change from the spiders we most like, have, or want, let's have some suggestions for the spider you would least like to keep, and a wee bit about why not?

I will start then.

Then is no spider I hate, none.

Except for one.

This one. I hate everything about it, and I always have.

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Reason? Just LOOK at them, there is nothing nice about that gits.

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Old 19-04-2013, 10:28 PM
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They're not spiders?
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Old 19-04-2013, 10:38 PM
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They're not spiders?
I hate them anyway. I've seen native one's here, they give me the creeps for some reason.

Okay, spider or arachnid then.

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Old 19-04-2013, 10:40 PM
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Not sure I would be drawn to these, although I know someone out there has spiderling, atm.

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Any of the Phoneutria sp. As im very afraid of my own mortality I wouldnt keep any real dangerous wildlife no hot herps or deadly creatures im a big wuss
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Any of the Phoneutria sp. As im very afraid of my own mortality I wouldnt keep any real dangerous wildlife no hot herps or deadly creatures im a big wuss

SWIM had a couple of yellow fat tails at one point in his life.

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swim had a couple of yellow fat tails at one point in his life.

Allegedly.
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Phoneutria, handsome spiders but simply too dangerous, especially to the old "meat and two veg".
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Phoneutria, handsome spiders but simply too dangerous, especially to the old "meat and two veg".
I'd be more concerned with the other nasties that the neurotoxin brings
like dying, for example
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