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langlands

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April 4, 2010 07:27 PM HST

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langlands

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April 4, 2010 07:16 PM HST

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Wandering spider Cupiennius salei

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jpgalvan

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July 20, 2007

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Wandering Spider Cupiennius getazi

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a_meyer

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October 26, 2016 08:03 AM CDT

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Tortuguero, Costa Rica- sea level

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Wandering spider Cupiennius salei

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dcandia04

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July 3, 2014

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Wandering Spider Cupiennius coccineus

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dcandia04

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July 2, 2014 10:00 PM CDT

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Wandering spider Cupiennius salei

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juancruzado

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October 25, 2016 09:15 PM CDT

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Wandering spider Cupiennius salei

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roccons

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November 3, 2016 10:46 PM CDT

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Wandering spider Cupiennius salei

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momoto-erick

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October 19, 2016 10:34 AM CDT

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Wandering spider Cupiennius salei

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fraciscoant

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October 14, 2016 08:35 AM YEKT

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Wandering spider Cupiennius salei

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d_b

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September 20, 2016 08:22 AM CDT

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andreacaballero

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September 23, 2016 09:34 PM CDT
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Description from Wikipedia

Cupiennius is a genus of wandering spiders found from Mexico to northwestern South America, and on some Caribbean islands. The genus includes both relatively small species where the cephalothorax is less than 9 mm (0.35 in) and large species where the cephalothorax can measure almost 40 mm (1.6 in). The larger species are sometimes seen far outside their native ranges in shipments of fruits, when frequently confused with Phoneutria spiders. However, unlike the dangerously venomous Phoneutria, bites from Cupiennius typically...

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