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My spider is getting fat and robust and holding something in it’s mouth please reassure me it is not about to lay babies all over my living room.

My spider is getting fat and robust and holding something in it’s mouth please reassure me it is not about to lay babies all over my living room.

  1. hyperbolic-suidae reblogged this from semianonymity
  2. skie-dragon said: She’s probably just eating really well. If she lays eggs, she will keep them in a little web sack and probably carry them around with her until they hatch. The thing in her mouth looks like lunch. ;)
  3. brosefina said: Sorry dude, hope your adventures in spider-positivity (but not millions of eggs-positivity) go well. That is a quality spider.
  4. semianonymity reblogged this from melredcap and added:
    A) I will confess to loving spider babies, but mostly out here we’ve got super-adorable orbweavers that are really very...
  5. mackennzie said: well, the nice thing is, if it does lay an egg case, you’ll have some time to relocate the spiderbrolings outside before they hatch out in a little mass of legs and horror.
  6. calvindiablo reblogged this from coelasquid
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  8. thirteenfunbreaker said: looks like he’s just webbing a small bug up. Your worries are unfounded.
  9. curlyhorns said: Not fucking cool, Spiderbro.
  10. teal-deer said: Oh dear yeah that’s a female :( if you don’t want babies take her outside ASAP and check for white sacs hidden around
  11. sir-p-audax reblogged this from coelasquid and added:
    If she lays an egg cluster, just gently move her and said egg cluster out of your living room. Inside, cellar spiders...
  12. sunnykiwigirl said: Sorry that looks like spider babies to me. Best to move her out if you don’t want them inside. With luck one of her babies might make their way back to the same spot to eat your bugs later on.
  13. cruiserswagger said: I work in a warehouse full of these. They carry egg sacs in their mouths and the sac is about the same size as the spider. So just be on the look out for a bumpy web ball in it’s mouth. That’s looks like a leftover meal
  14. melredcap reblogged this from amemait and added:
    They were kind of adorable, really! And, y’know, it’s not like they’re deadly poisonous. Usually. :P I drew the line at...
  15. amemait reblogged this from melredcap and added:
    Redback. Pets. Meep.
  16. perfectlyabel said: I’ve seen the end of Charlotte’s Web, I wouldn’t want that in my living room, fuck that.
  17. zeroxz21 said: Well it should create an egg sack first which will be pretty obvious so if that happens just remove the egg sack afterwards I guess?
  18. winterlaytswonderland reblogged this from coelasquid and added:
    I like knowing it’s not just me sufferign random spider attacks.
  19. piscine-unrelated reblogged this from coelasquid and added:
    Not an arachno-expert, but my take is this: Spiderbabies outweigh any benefits Spiderbro might offer by catching bugs....