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Orange and Black Bug

Orange and Black Bug
Wimberley, Texas, Hays County, Texas, USA
June 24, 2008
Size: Approx 3/4 inch

I would really like to have o
I would really like to have one of these can anyone please find me one? I would really appreciate that alot! I will explain details if someone is able to find one.

Moved from Windscorpions.

I should have found that one myself.
Thanks to your link, I (finally)
figured out how to look them up.



Harmless, beneficial, predatory arachnid.

...with a vicious bite
[i would know:-]

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