Goliath bird-spider & Brown recluse spider
Credit: Tim Flach
Creative #: 161939657
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- Animal Behavior,
- Animal Body Part,
- Animal Wildlife,
- Brown Recluse Spider,
- Color Image,
- Face To Face,
- Goliath Birdeater,
- No People,
- Rearing Up,
- Studio Shot,
- Two Animals,
- White Background,
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Goliath Birdspider Brown Recluse Spider Stock PhotoAnimal Behavior,Animal Body Part,Animal Wildlife,Brown Recluse Spider,Close-up,Color Image,Confrontation,Danger,Death,Face To Face,Fang,Goliath Birdeater,Hertfordshire,Horizontal,No People,Photography,Poisonous,Rearing Up,Scale,Spider,Studio Shot,Tarantula,Threats,Two Animals,UK,White BackgroundPhotographer Tim FlachCollection: Stone Tim FlachSpecies- Theraphosa blondiThe Goliath bird-eating spider is the second largest spider species. The leg span can reach 12 inches and it can weigh more than 6 ounces.Species- Loxosceles reclusa The brown recluse spider has a maximum 3/4 inch leg span, and naturally inhabits rotting tree bark.