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ROOFIECOPTER

Senior Member

02-12-2013

How often do these spiders get into your houses?

http://m.youtube.com/index?&desktop_uri=%2F#/watch?v=1yDpc4dUt3g


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Mere Intricacy

Senior Member

02-12-2013

Only once a year or so.


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ROOFIECOPTER

Senior Member

02-12-2013

I'm not scared of spiders, but those look creepy as fück.


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silentpartner

Senior Member

02-12-2013

i cant see youtube at work, what type of spider is it?


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ROOFIECOPTER

Senior Member

02-12-2013

Not sure tbh. Comments all say dif stuff. From "barking" to "goliath" to "huntsman"


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Psykar

Junior Member

02-12-2013

I was going to say huntsman, but it's not - they're spindlier (thorax isn't as big)

My parents place gets huntsman's fairly regularly - once a month or so. They don't do much but sit on the wall. My place in Melbourne doesn't really get any to speak of, I may have my cat to thank for that. He eats anything which tries to come in. Flies included (which is hilarious to watch)


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silentpartner

Senior Member

02-12-2013

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ROOFIECOPTER:
Not sure tbh. Comments all say dif stuff. From "barking" to "goliath" to "huntsman"


huntsman are very common, see them a lot.

not sure about barking or goliath spiders, they don't even sound australian.


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ROOFIECOPTER

Senior Member

02-13-2013

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silentpartner:
huntsman are very common, see them a lot.

not sure about barking or goliath spiders, they don't even sound australian.


I think goliath spiders are those huge ones that can eat birds.


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Psykar

Junior Member

02-13-2013

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ROOFIECOPTER:
I think goliath spiders are those huge ones that can eat birds.

You are correct.

I'm dubious about the video though... extremely blurry which is unusual even from a smartphone.


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