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Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-01D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), female. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider female photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-02D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), female. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider female photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-03D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), female. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-04D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), female. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider fangs photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-05D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), close detail of a female's fangs. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Coffs Harbour, NSW Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-06D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider male photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-07D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-08D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider venom on fangs photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-09D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. When enlarged this image shows a large drop of venom one each of the fangs. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history. Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-10D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-11D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-12D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-13D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-14D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-15D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
Burrowing Spider Xamiatus kia photo
Stock Photo ID: 24T5854-16D
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Burrowing Spider (Xamiatus kia), male. A member of the Nemesiidae family. Similar in appearance to Funnel-web Spider. Very little is known of this spider's natural history, including venom toxicity. Photo taken at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
   
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