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Photo#49331
Large Furry Brown Spider, 1-2

Large Furry Brown Spider, 1-2" body, 5" total, sporting Black Barbs and Spots on Legs, found in house in Florida April 2004 - Heteropoda venatoria - Male
Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, USA
April 24, 2006
Size: 1-2 inch body, 5" total

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Large Furry Brown Spider, 1-2 Large Furry Brown Spider, 1-2

wandering
that looks alot like the brazilian wandering spide (bananna spider) buts it prolly not

 
huntsman spider
It is identified as a The huntsman spider, Heteropoda venatoria (L.), sometimes called the giant crab spider or the banana spider. See more information including photos at: http://creatures.ifas.ufl.edu/urban/spiders/giant_crab_spider.htm

The reference site also shows a comparison picture of the Brown Recluse.

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