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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by sandman23, May 25, 2007.
Any ideas on what kind? North Georgia. Check out the babies on her back.
Gee Yikes.... Man Spiders Freak Me Out......
I think its a wolf spider
Pretty sure it is a wolf. Now is the time of year that they are carrying around the babies. I stepped on one tonight and babies went everywhere.
I have seen quite a few of them. I thought it may be a Wolf. Also have Black Widows and scorpions.
My poor old dog (13 yr old choc. lab) was bitten by a scorpion the other night. She yelped and screamed like she had been shot. It was a very small brown scorpion. They say it's not much worse than a bee sting but she has been stung several and never carried on like that. She was obviously in pain.