No mice problems either
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I don't believe so,the wolf has some pretty big fang,so do the jumpers.I kept black widows in gallon glass jars when I lived in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.I'd toss a bug in every once in a while,never took a pic of them though.Awesome pics. I love spiders. Just don't like them in the house. Especially Wolf's.
Any of those poisonous ?
When I was young I would put a large wolf in a jar with other spiders. What a mess that made.I don't believe so,the wolf has some pretty big fang,so do the jumpers.I kept black widows in gallon glass jars when I lived in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.I'd toss a bug in every once in a while,never took a pic of them though.
Man you get some crazy looking spider's.Spiders around the house,when fishing and just out and about.
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I still see bugs I never saw before..nature amazes me!Man you get some crazy looking spider's.
We had a crazy looking palm sized spiider one summer.
Muliti colored legs with a violet orange body.
Managed to jar one. Park rangers said it came off a ship traveling across lake Erie from Asia.
Rather poisonous he said.
We get some weird bugs now and then.
Fortunately they don't survive the winters here.