A brown recluse spider bite, 11 days after initial injury.
(Click-through to see more pictures — sorry, the website is also an ad for a “brown recluse first aid kit”, but the pictures are yummy.)
Spider infection. 😷
As you do
Jumping spider (North America - Discovery Channel)
Done by Duane at Illumin-Eye Tattoo in Mile End, London.
Spider? Snake? Why not both
The Spider-tailed Horned Viper(Pseudocerastes urarachnoides) is a species of viper from western Iran. The scientific name of the snake, urarachnoides, is derived from its spider-like tail(inset). The tail is unique. It consists of a large orange or grey bulb at the tip, and the scales just before that are bizarrely long and thin. Together, these features look a bit like the legs and abdomen of a spider.
Aww this is so cute :))
A wolf spider carries its young to safety after the horrific Australian floods.
Bat-eating spiders are common and apparently creep around every continent, except Antarctica, devouring various bat species. Here, a dead bat (Rhinolophus cornutus orii) caught in the web of a female Nephila pilipes on Amami-Oshima Island, Japan.
Photo credit: Yasunori Maezono, Kyoto University, Japan
Snake ensnared in a spider’s web
Tarantula Hawk vs. Tarantula. A tarantula hawk is a spider wasp which hunts tarantulas as food for its larvae.The more familiar species are up to 5 cm long, with blue-black bodies and bright, rust-colored wings (other species have black wings with blue highlights), making them among the largest of wasps.
Photo credit: Jason Penney