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Bull Ant Myrmecia nigrocincta photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5805-01
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Bull Ant (Myrmecia nigrocincta). Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Bull Ant Myrmecia nigrocincta photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5805-02
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Bull Ant (Myrmecia nigrocincta). Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Honey Bee Apis Mellifera collecting pollen photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5811-03
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Honey Bee (Apis Mellifera) collecting pollen and nectar from a Blue-eye flower. New South Wales, Australia
Red-back Spider Latrodectus hasselti  photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-01
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Red-back Spider (Latrodectus hasselti) - female. Highly venomous and deadly spider. New South Wales, Australia
Red-back Spider Latrodectus hasselti  photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-02
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Red-back Spider (Latrodectus hasselti) - female. Highly venomous and deadly spider. New South Wales, Australia
Sydney Funnel-web Spider Atrax robustus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-04
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Sydney Funnel-web Spider (Atrax robustus) - male. One of the most venomous and deadly spiders in the world. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Sydney Funnel-web Spider Atrax robustus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-06
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Sydney Funnel-web Spider (Atrax robustus) - female. One of the most venomous and deadly spiders in the world. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Wolf Spider Lycosa godeffroyi with young photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-11
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Wolf Spider (Lycosa godeffroyi) in it's burrow, with young Wolf Spiders clinging to mother. Bite can cause infection and skin lesions. New South Wales, Australia
White-tailed Spider Lampona cylindrata photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-12
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White-tailed Spider (Lampona cylindrata). Eastern Australia. A common perception is that white tail spider bites can be associated with long term skin infections, and in rarer cases progression to necrosis. No formal studies have found evidence for this.
Sydney Funnel-web Spider Atrax robustus photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-17
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Sydney Funnel-web Spider (Atrax robustus) - female in defence posture. One of the most venomous and deadly spiders in the world. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
White-tailed Spider Lampona cylindrata  photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-21
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White-tailed Spider (Lampona cylindrata). Eastern Australia. A common perception is that white tail spider bites can be associated with long term skin infections, and in rarer cases progression to necrosis. No formal studies have found evidence for this.
Eastern Mouse Spider Missulena bradleyi photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-22
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Eastern Mouse Spider (Missulena bradleyi), female. Whilst this species is venomous, venom is not always delivered during a bite and major symptoms may not occur. However, this is a dangerous species. Photo was taken at Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia.
Trapdoor Spider Misgolas sp. photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-28D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence posture. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider in defence posture photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-30D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence posture. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider Misgolas sp. photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5855-32D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence posture. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider in defence posture photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5858-01D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence striking pose. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider Misgolas sp. photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5858-02D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence striking pose. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider male in strike pose photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5858-03D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence striking pose. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider Misgolas sp. photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5858-04D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence striking pose. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider male in strike pose photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5858-05D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence striking pose. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider Misgolas sp. photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5858-06D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence striking pose. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Trapdoor Spider male in strike pose photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5858-07D
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Trapdoor Spider (Misgolas sp.) - male in defence striking pose. Trapdoor Spiders are often mistaken for Funnel-web Spiders as they look very similar, however, unlike Funnel-web Spiders, Trapdoor Spider are not dangerous. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
   
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