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Spiders Collection

Spiders, the fascinating creatures that both intrigue and terrify us

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula / Bird-eating Spider - at nest carrying egg cocoon

Tarantula / Bird-eating Spider - at nest carrying egg cocoon
LB-10906 Tarantula / Bird-eating Spider - at nest carrying egg cocoon Ian Beames Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Brazilian salmon pink bird-eating tarantula (Lasiodora parahybana)

Brazilian salmon pink bird-eating tarantula (Lasiodora parahybana) originating from northeastern Brazil, South America

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarentula / Baboon Spider - leaving its moulting

Tarentula / Baboon Spider - leaving its moulting
PPG-1548 Tarantula / Baboon Spider / bird-eating Spiders- moulting Chile Phrixotrichus roseus Pascal Goetgheluck Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSpiders Collection: Maman Spider sculpture by Louise Bourgeois with Roppongi Hills Mori Tower in Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan

Maman Spider sculpture by Louise Bourgeois with Roppongi Hills Mori Tower in Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan, Asia

Background imageSpiders Collection: Mexican White Knee Tarantula Spider SPH 2362 Acanthoscurria genicutata © Steve Hopkin / ARDEA

Mexican White Knee Tarantula Spider SPH 2362 Acanthoscurria genicutata © Steve Hopkin / ARDEA LONDON
SPH-2362 Mexican White-Knee Tarantula / Bird-eating Spider Acanthoscurria genicutata Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula Spider

Tarantula Spider
TEA-53 TARANTULA / Bird-eating Spider Andy Teare Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Various Arachnids

Various Arachnids
A variety of insects, including centipede, millipede, woodlouse, scorpion, spiders and ticks

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula spider - close-up of face

Tarantula spider - close-up of face (Trochosa singoriensis). South Tuva, Russia

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tarantula spider - face

Tarantula spider - face (Trochosa singoriensis). South Tuva, Russia

Background imageSpiders Collection: Sydney Funnel-web Spider (atrax robustus)

Sydney Funnel-web Spider (atrax robustus)

Background imageSpiders Collection: Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM): Crab Spider, Magnification x 140 (A4 size: 29. 7 cm width)

Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM): Crab Spider, Magnification x 140 (A4 size: 29. 7 cm width)
LRDS-120 Crab Spider Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) Xysticus sp. Magnification x 140 (A4 size: 29.7 cm width) Coloured by hand to enhance natural features

Background imageSpiders Collection: House Spider Big and hairy male on white background Reading house, UK

House Spider Big and hairy male on white background Reading house, UK
SPH-3085 House SPIDER - hairy UK Tegenaria gigantea Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Desert Tarantula - female Arizona, USA

Desert Tarantula - female Arizona, USA
CAN-2730 SPIDER - Desert Tarantula, female Arizona, USA Aphonopelma chalcodes John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Black Widow Spider Western USA

Black Widow Spider Western USA
PPG-1744 Black Widow Spider - showing large black female and smaller brown male. Western USA. Latrodectus mactans (hesperus)

Background imageSpiders Collection: Peacock spider - male courting female Perth, Western Australia HRD00028

Peacock spider - male courting female Perth, Western Australia HRD00028
AUS-1817 Peacock spider - male courting female Perth, Western Australia Maratus speciosus Greg Harold / Auscape / ardea.com Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSpiders Collection: Maman a 21st century bronze sculpture of a spider, 9. 25m high with a sac of 26 eggs

Maman a 21st century bronze sculpture of a spider, 9. 25m high with a sac of 26 eggs
Maman a 21st century bronze sculpture of a spider, 9.25m high with a sac of 26 eggs, by Louis Bourgeois, in front of the Cathedral and Basilica of Notre Dame built between 1839 and 1885, Ottawa

Background imageSpiders Collection: Desert Tarantula - Venomous, urticating hairs on top of abdomen

Desert Tarantula - Venomous, urticating hairs on top of abdomen. Nocturnal predators that rarely venture far from their
CAN-2204 Desert Tarantula / Bird-eating Spider - Venomous Sonoran Desert, Arizona, USA Aphonopelma sp Urticating hairs on top of abdomen

Background imageSpiders Collection: Chilean Rose Tarantula - leaving its moulting. formerly Phrixotrichus spatulata / roseus

Chilean Rose Tarantula - leaving its moulting. formerly Phrixotrichus spatulata / roseus
PPG-1710 Tarantula / Chilean Rose Bird-eating Spider - moulting. Chile Grammostola Rosea formerly Phrixotrichus spatulata / roseus Pascal Goetgheluck Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageSpiders Collection: Garden Spider - With prey in web - Australia JPF01974

Garden Spider - With prey in web - Australia JPF01974
JPF-14073 Garden Spider - With prey in web Australia Araneus sp. Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Spiders web / Cobweb in sunlight

Spiders web / Cobweb in sunlight
ME-1363 Spiders web / Cobweb in sunlight Johan De Meester Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Garden Spider In dew covered web at sunrise Norfolk UK

Garden Spider In dew covered web at sunrise Norfolk UK
FEU-52 Garden Spider - In dew covered web at sunrise Norfolk UK Araneus diadematus Geoff du Feu Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Frost on Spider's web

Frost on Spider's web
AL-2932 Frost on Spider's web Ake Lindau Please note that prints are personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageSpiders Collection: Bad hair Day II

Bad hair Day II
Mariann Johansen-Ellis

Background imageSpiders Collection: Unlikely Friends

Unlikely Friends
Mariann Johansen-Ellis

Background imageSpiders Collection: Collective Letter

Collective Letter
Anastasiia Grygorieva

Background imageSpiders Collection: Neon Spider in the jungle

Neon Spider in the jungle
Sarah Manovski

Background imageSpiders Collection: Neon halloween spider

Neon halloween spider
Sarah Manovski

Background imageSpiders Collection: Drenched

Drenched
Atul Saluja

Background imageSpiders Collection: Letter R: rat, c.1920 (print)

Letter R: rat, c.1920 (print)
DUV4206019 Letter R: rat, c.1920 (print); 15.5x24.5 cm; (add.info.: image from "The alphabet of Mimi" Illustrations by J. M. Porta. 8 pages.); Photo © Duvallon

Background imageSpiders Collection: Letter A and B from ABC de Guignol by Griff, c.1920 (engraving)

Letter A and B from ABC de Guignol by Griff, c.1920 (engraving)
DUV4202539 Letter A and B from ABC de Guignol by Griff, c.1920 (engraving); 16x24.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: ABC de Guignol by Griff (French illustrator), 8 pages Letter A and B (araignee)

Background imageSpiders Collection: Engraving depicting the life cycle of a mason spider, showing a sectional view of its burrow

Engraving depicting the life cycle of a mason spider, showing a sectional view of its burrow, 19th century
5309309 Engraving depicting the life cycle of a mason spider, showing a sectional view of its burrow, 19th century; (add.info.: Engraving depicting the life cycle of a mason spider)

Background imageSpiders Collection: Net-casting / Ogre-faced Spider (Deinopis sp. ) with net. Active at night, Masoala National Park

Net-casting / Ogre-faced Spider (Deinopis sp. ) with net. Active at night, Masoala National Park
Net-casting / Ogre-faced Spider (Deinopis sp.) with net. Active at night, Masoala National Park, Madagascar

Background imageSpiders Collection: White form of goldenrod crab spider (Misumenia vatia) camouflaged on umbelliferae

White form of goldenrod crab spider (Misumenia vatia) camouflaged on umbelliferae flowers waiting for prey, Midi-Pyrenees, France, August

Background imageSpiders Collection: Raft spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus) on water, Arne RSPB reserve, Dorset, England, UK, July

Raft spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus) on water, Arne RSPB reserve, Dorset, England, UK, July. 2020VISION Book Plate

Background imageSpiders Collection: Regal jumping spider (Phidippus regius) female originating from North America. Captive

Regal jumping spider (Phidippus regius) female originating from North America. Captive

Background imageSpiders Collection: Long-spinnered bark spider {Hersiliidae sp} camouflaged on tree bark, tropical rainforest

Long-spinnered bark spider {Hersiliidae sp} camouflaged on tree bark, tropical rainforest, Masoala Peninsula National Park, north east Madagascar

Background imageSpiders Collection: Canopy jumping spider (Phidippus otiosus) female orginating from North America. Captive

Canopy jumping spider (Phidippus otiosus) female orginating from North America. Captive

Background imageSpiders Collection: Garden Spider hanging on thread of broken orb web Norfolk UK

Garden Spider hanging on thread of broken orb web Norfolk UK
FEU-585 Garden Spider hanging on thread of broken orb web Norfolk UK Araneus diadematus Geoff du Feu Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageSpiders Collection: Tiny Bathroom Spider - Common in bathrooms in UK houses (only 2 mm long) Location: Hotel room

Tiny Bathroom Spider - Common in bathrooms in UK houses (only 2 mm long) Location: Hotel room, Newquay, Cornwall, UK
SPH-3303 Tiny Bathroom Spider - Common in bathrooms in UK houses (only 2 mm long) Location: Hotel room, Newquay, Cornwall

Background imageSpiders Collection: The last seconds

The last seconds
Victoria Glinka

Background imageSpiders Collection: noble dandelion

noble dandelion
KajaG

Background imageSpiders Collection: The king

The king
Alessandro Ferretti

Background imageSpiders Collection: Coaster ride

Coaster ride
Thierry Dufour

Background imageSpiders Collection: Strings of existence II

Strings of existence II
Toni Minchev

Background imageSpiders Collection: The dark web

The dark web
Thierry Dufour

Background imageSpiders Collection: Death trap

Death trap
Thierry Dufour

Background imageSpiders Collection: The world is gray the world is blue

The world is gray the world is blue
Thierry Dufour

Background imageSpiders Collection: Self-Portrait with Spider

Self-Portrait with Spider
TJ Millar



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Spiders, the fascinating creatures that both intrigue and terrify us. From the Brazilian salmon pink bird-eating tarantula originating from northeastern Brazil to the Mexican White Knee Tarantula Spider, these arachnids have captured our attention for centuries. In their nests, we witness a remarkable sight - a Tarantula/Bird-eating Spider carefully carrying an egg cocoon. The dedication and care they show towards their offspring is truly awe-inspiring. Another species, the Tarentula/Baboon Spider leaves behind its old skin as it goes through the process of moulting. This transformation reminds us of nature's ability to shed what no longer serves us and embrace new beginnings. Louise Bourgeois' Maman Spider sculpture in Tokyo stands tall against Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, showcasing the artistic representation of these creatures. It serves as a reminder that even in urban landscapes, spiders continue to captivate our imagination. The close-up shots of tarantulas' faces reveal intricate details that often go unnoticed by many. Their unique features are brought into focus through scanning electron micrographs, revealing their beauty at microscopic levels. House spiders may be big and hairy but play an essential role in maintaining balance within ecosystems. A male house spider photographed on a white background showcases its impressive size while reminding us of their presence even in our homes. Lastly, we cannot forget about the Sydney Funnel-web Spider with its potent venomous bite. Found in Australia, this spider reminds us of nature's delicate balance between beauty and danger. From South America to Japan and beyond, spiders continue to amaze us with their diversity and adaptability. Whether you find them terrifying or intriguing, there is no denying their significance within our natural world.