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Photo © Thomas Calame, all rights reserved
17.4482663573, 105.8213421768 (Google, OSM)
17.4482663573, 105.8213421768
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Description

Heteropoda maxima or Giant Huntsman spider (biggest spider species on earth) is here preying on Micryletta inornata. The load beeing greater than it's own weight, the spider secured itself to the rock face with a thread of silk.

Jun. 17, 2012 14:20:14 +0700
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Heteropoda maxima - Photo (c) Thomas Calame, all rights reserved
calame's ID: Heteropoda maxima, a member of Giant Huntsman Spiders (Genus Heteropoda)
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Heteropoda maxima - Photo (c) Thomas Calame, all rights reserved
calame's ID: Heteropoda maxima, a member of Giant Huntsman Spiders (Genus Heteropoda)

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