I've heard there were big spiders...

frieed

Jeepless in Draper
Supporting Member
Location
Draper, UT
They're actually quite docile. Just really frickin huge and hairy..

I really prefer them to the small ones since they are pretty easy to spot
 

frieed

Jeepless in Draper
Supporting Member
Location
Draper, UT
Spiders are nothin', wait till you have a scorpion drop down the neck of your shirt..

Actually happened to me. The stupid thing was crawling up the drapes on our back door by the breakfast bar when I leaned back on them and it fell.

Did you know that they fluoresce green under ultra-violet light?
 

RogueJeepr

Here!
Location
Utah
I had 3 big ones like that in my shop last year. So this year when it got hummid I sprayed twice. They love my rock garden so I'll be filling all the holes with dirt so they dont have a home.
 

MikeGyver

UtahWeld.com
Location
Arem
I had 3 big ones like that in my shop last year. So this year when it got hummid I sprayed twice. They love my rock garden so I'll be filling all the holes with dirt so they dont have a home.
Probably wouldn't help, I think most tarantulas are terrestrial. :D
 

jackjoh

Jack - KC6NAR
Supporting Member
Location
Riverton, UT
Spiders are nothin', wait till you have a scorpion drop down the neck of your shirt..

Actually happened to me. The stupid thing was crawling up the drapes on our back door by the breakfast bar when I leaned back on them and it fell.

Did you know that they fluoresce green under ultra-violet light?
My tarantula did not like u-v light but the scorpion was beautiful. Neither one likes fire or bullets so you are on the right track Tacoma.
 

Tacoma

Et incurventur ante non
Location
far enough away
If you see a beam of light shoot out of space over there, you'll know I called in some favors from my friends in the NSA. :D I knew Afghanistan would be good for something other than the paycheck. :D
 
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