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Bull Ant Myrmecia nigrocincta
Stock Photo: 24T5805-01
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Bull Ant (Myrmecia nigrocincta). Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Bull Ant Myrmecia nigrocincta
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Bull Ant (Myrmecia nigrocincta). Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Honey Bee Apis Mellifera collecting pollen
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 24T5855-12
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White-tailed Spider (Lampona cylindrata). Bite can cause severe illness. Venom contains flesh-dissolving enzymes. Eastern Australia.
Sydney Funnel-web Spider Atrax robustus
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 24T5855-21
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White-tailed Spider (Lampona cylindrata). Bite can cause severe illness. Venom contains flesh-dissolving enzymes. Eastern Australia.
Eastern Mouse Spider Missulena bradleyi
Stock Photo: 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.
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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.
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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.
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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.
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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.
Stock Photo: 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
Stock Photo: 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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