Taken just after I got her home.
I am so happy that t
Aida - Sep 20, 2015 03:02 PM EDT
I am so happy that there's gonna be a season 8 ! I sgined petitions and everything and I'm so happy my wish came true. One tree hill is unlike any other show and it deserves it's complete and amazing ending. Have all 6 seasons on DVD and when the 7th and 8th come out I am definately getting them. The entire series has been and will be amazing and I can't wait to see what season 8 has in store. Even if the 8th is the last one I'm happy as long as they tie any loose ends and it can end happily and in a way that won't leave people hanging and pissed off . It's been a good ride OTH can't wait to see season 8!! One tree hill forever ! P.s I loveee nayleyyyyy <3 One of the most inspiring (even though it's just a show) couple I have ever seen and they're my favouriteeee <3
Guest - Aug 20, 2007 02:14 PM EDT
This spider is absolutly beatuful.I wished I dared to own one
Guest - Jun 11, 2007 05:33 AM EDT
Lovely coloring on this one.
Guest - May 26, 2006 03:50 PM EDT
i just bought an orange usambra and i love the colour it has a blue bottom and an orange body and its weird cause it prounces on its prey instead on biteing them and then webbing it up
Guest - Jun 29, 2005 10:39 PM EDT
If your allergic to spider bites and if you get bittin by a cobalt blue. what should you do.
Guest - Apr 30, 2005 07:19 AM EDT
All tarantulas have a certain amount of venom, but I doubt that a bite from an usambara orange would kill a human. There might be some swelling and coloring around the bite, and the person may get a bit of a fever, but those are pretty much generic symptoms from any spider or tarantula bite.
Anyway, it's very pretty! Do the males have different colors, like the cobalt blue? Or are they all orange like that?
Guest - Feb 10, 2005 07:27 AM EDT
oh, have never seen this one before. Nice colour! and very big by the look and sound of things : )
would a bite from one of these kill a person?
Guest - Jul 16, 2004 08:15 PM EDT
Oh, yes, I love spiders! I've had the same experience where a jumping spider has jumped onto the lens of my camera when I moved in for a very close shot. I don't think it was attacking me, though, just exploring. I've held my hand in front of many jumping spiders over the years and a lot of them jumped onto it too, with never a bite. The spider in this picture has about a 4 inch leg span, however, so luckily I can take pictures of it from further away!
Guest - Jul 09, 2004 10:21 PM EDT
Ok I have to know do you love spiders. You have very good shots. But after one lunged at me i will never try and get any more pictures of them. This one here is a beauty. Zoya
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