Tegenaria Gigantea In A Wine Glass Even more impressive on the male Tegenaria gigantea because of the smaller body size, the palps show what a fierce predator one of these spiders can be. The rim of the wine glass is 6cm across. This spider was active in the early autumn, possibly looking for a mate.
P. Goliath charging his palps P. Goliath male charging his palps with sperm shortly after mating with a female. This is not what the spider is normally kept in, he was kept in this container during a move from my house, where he decided to lay a sperm web and charge up.
Tegenaria gigantea male- Comparison to Tegenaria agrestis To compare, watch the video with a similar title featuring the suspected Tegenaria agrestis. I see T.gigantea and T.domestica far more often than I do T.agrestis within my yard or house. gigantea have always been very passive, skittish and non-aggressive. I believe this is an adult male, but I could also be wrong about that. I remember them being a little bigger!
holter monitor 3 more information about my 24 holter monitor test. wearing monitor due to severe chest pain, heart palps, and possible arithmyas. my pulse has been high but still in the normal range. normally the heart beats 50-55 times per minute, mine has been in the 80's most of the day with and without exercise. ╔═╦╗╔╦╗╔═╦═╦╦╦╦╗╔═╗ ║╚╣║║║╚╣╚╣╔╣╔╣║╚╣═╣ ╠╗║╚╝║║╠╗║╚╣║║║║║═╣ ╚═╩══╩═╩═╩═╩╝╚╩═╩═╝.. comment below if u have questions or may kno wht the cause is. rude comments will be deleted and u will be blocked.
P-Alps Snowboarding Tour 12/08 Camelback and Elk Mountain snowboarding footage. Extremington - Ampland Footie.
Juvenile Phidippus Audax Jumping Spider Eating a Harvestman Found this little sub-adult Phidippus audax jumping spider earlier today while out on a bike ride. I found a harvestman crawling nearby and flicked it towards the Phidippus hoping it would catch it, and sure enough, it did. One interesting note: towards the end of the video, the spider extrudes some sort of white ball/substance out of its abdomen. Did it drop an egg or just ***? I have no idea...
Spider *** A pair of male (smaller on right) and female (larger on left) spiders, Neriene radiata, that I found at the Chesapeake & Ohio C*** National Historical Park in MD. Fascinated by what I observed, I switched my camera over to video mode. The camera used was a Canon S5 with a Raynox DCR-250 macro lens attached - unfortunately the macro setup has a very shallow depth of field. Description of what's going on from Mandy Howe, Arachnologist: "All the vibrating he's doing is for making noise for the female. Even though it's not usually audible to us, the spiders can "feel" it. There's usually a small pair of files, called stridulating organs, on the anterior portion of males' abdomens. When they shake like that, they're rubbing those files together and producing sound/vibrations. Basically rubbing his abdomen and cephalothorax together at light speed. Spiders also have those "files" on their chelicerae, too. And they can also make noises by snapping the joints in their legs and pedipalps, which I think is what he was doing when he looked like he was drumming with his pedipalps. "The "flip-switch-empty-fill" was him inflating his palp to full size right before injecting the sperm and then pulling out directly after and beginning the process over again with the other pedipalp. "They suck up their sperm [into the palps] from a droplet they leave on a special "sperm web" they build [prior to mating]. The palps inflate because of an increase in hemolymph (blood, basically) pressure ...
Macro Video of a Sub-Adult Female Phidippus putnami Jumping Spider ID coming... I am thinking female P. putnami...
Emp Palps Yet again I've tried this, New Picture, remixed audio
Ground Beetle in a Myott Bowl There are thousands of species of ground beetle, mostly lookling something like this. Worried at being pursued by the camera it displays its defence mechanism, ejecting the greenish liquid. I have seen this type in the garden here at Rowan Avenue before - elsewhere in Harborough I saw more of a similar black beetle that is lower and flatter. Because I kept this one for a while I fed it on some specks of corned beef and when I saw its mouthparts in action I knew where The Alien's jaws were from! The palps work together with pairs of mouthparts mashing and moving the food inward. I put it back where I found it, to continue its life, hunting in the leaf litter.
Ataque multiplo de Corcel Indomavel Corcel indomavel, Palps and Pacs, gincana chivito`s
Cricket palps in slow motion Here are the palps (mouthparts) of a small cricket, filmed in Slow motion
House Spider In Cassette Box This is probably an ordinary house spider of the sort we get in England. Following discussion (see the comments here), it seems it may be a hobo spider, Tengenaria agrestis. 'Agrestis' means clumsy, not 'aggressive'. I think it's clear enough for an expert to identify it exactly. The palps show up really well. Also, the spinarets are visible at the end of the abdomen. I shook it a little to make it move about but it wasn't too upset by the experience. tench626 left a comment saying that many spiders can be identified from their genitalia and there are diagrams in this book: "The Collins Guide to the Spiders of Britain & Northern Europe" by Mike Roberts. At www.nt.gov.au/health/cdc/bulletin/sept_2005.pdf, there was discussion of this review: Langley, RL; A review of venomous animal bites and stings in pregnant patients. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. 2004, 15 (3): 207-215. After discussion of the effects of snake venom there was this statement: "The frequency of foetal deaths after other venomous bites or stings is not known." It seems there had been little concern about possible longer-term developmental problems. There is also discussion of possible means of reducing problems with mosquitos, with another of my videos here at YouTube. Please search for my username with 'mosquito'. Links for a fun flight simulator, called the Clove Central Flyer, made with Game Maker, are at the top of this page - There are pictures of different spiders here, for ...
Barking spider The Australian tarantulas (also called whistling, barking or bird-eating spiders) belong to four genera, Selenocosmia (four described species), Selenotholus and Selenotypus (with one species each), and Phlogiellus (undescribed species) in the family Theraphosidae. They are often known as whistling or barking spiders because of the sounds most species can produce by rubbing rows of modified spines on the basal segments of their palps (front pair of limb-like sensory/mating organs) against opposing spines on their jaw bases (the stridulating organ). The whistling or humming noise is most readily produced when the spider is disturbed and takes up a threatening defensive pose - it may act as a deterrent against predators.
The Emperor Emperor Palpatine! Bwahahaha!!
Macro Video of a Phidippus princeps Jumping Spider (Click the "High Quality" button below the video) A nice little Phidippus princeps "chewing" on her (his?) feet, cleaning her eyes, and her fangs. Lots of fun palp movement, and a few glimpses of fang. To see more of my spider photos on flickr:
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Macro Video of an Adult Male Phidippus mystaceus Jumping Spider Been searching for one of these guys for about 3 years now - what an absolutely beautiful spider! (A few of you asked about the song - it's one of my own that I wrote, performed, and recorded last year)
High Mountain Hunting Spider - Japan Nursery Web Spider Pisauridae Come meet a wonderful hunting spider of the high mountains of central Japan. Despite my initial confusion, this medium-sized spider is likely a Nursery Web spider (family Pisauridae). These spiders are similar in both appearance and behavior to the more familiar Wolf spider (family Lycosidae). Both the Wolf spider and the Nursery Web spider are active ground predators, adept at running down or ambushing prey on open ground. For this reason the two spider types are sometimes called 'wandering' or 'hunting' spiders. These spiders are similar in appearance and can be distinguished in the following ways: 1. Wolf spiders have better vision facilitated by two large forward-looking main eyes (all spiders have between six and eight eyes depending upon the species). 2. Wolf spiders carry their eggs under the abdomen while Nursery Web spiders use their palps (appendages near the mouth) to hold their egg sac. Nursery Web spiders get their name from the fact that the females will place their eggs, just before hatching, in a web-nest they construct for this purpose. The spider mother then remains close by to guard her nest until the young hatch and disburse. Wolf spiders build no such nursery web and will instead carry their eggs until they hatch at which time the baby spiders will remain on the mothers abdomen. The eyes are a key point in identification as the eyes of a Nursery Web spider are all roughly the same size, whereas the eyes of Wolf spiders include two relatively large ...
PALPS Voicemail Scene This is a (early) scene from the show that I'm working on called: F#@K Ups. This scene Introduces the character PALPS The Character: PALPS (loosely based off of Palpatine) Just a terrible man. Who suffers from an amnesia. Causing him to grasp onto his only memory, that of a controversial sci fi animated figure back in the day that was removed from TV due to its racy appeal. This is the life he now struggles to live. *this is just a character, if you are al with it.*
Macro Video of an Adult Female Phidippus audax Jumping Spider A macro video of a very large (15mm or so) adult female Phidippus audax jumping spider I found in a light fixture. Set to a recording I did back in December with a vintage Japanese Alvarez classical acoustic and a Kay Swingmaster hollowbody electric. For my jumping spider and insect photos, go here:
555 Araneae Junkboxius Junkbox 555 flashing spider electrical component sculpture. www.vk2 Astable 555 oscillator driving a few LEDs. All parts except legs and palps are part of the circuit. Abdomen is the lithium cell. Cephalothorax is the 555 chip. Spinnerets are the Tantalum timing capacitors, book lungs are the timing resistors. Red and yellow LED eyes, blue LED mouth-parts and limiting resistor fangs. 8 pins of the 555 lead pretty much directly to an arachnid. I think he needs a web too?
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Macro Video of an Adult Male Phidippus mystaceus Jumping Spider - October 2010 Yet another beautiful Phidippus mystaceus - surely one of the most striking salticid species present in Oklahoma.
PALPS (Ghost Hunter Spoof) This is for all the TAPS Fans out there! Movie by the infamous thespians Cynthia Osuna Manuel Hernandez Elizabeth Hernandez and Crysten Hernandez video configuration- Crysten Hernandez (crys10) Filmed in Precotte Arizona
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tengellid tengellid spider, likely Socalchemmis sp.
Common Blue Morpho butterfly (Morpho peleides) in extreme close up in Venezuela an extreme macro shot of a Common Blue Morpho butterfly (Morpho peleides) which I managed to get really close to in Valencia, Venezuela. Towards the end of the clip you can see the labial palps moving in front of its eyes
Courtship Behavior of a Male Platycryptus undatus Jumping Spider Found this pair of adult Platycryptus undatus jumping spiders hanging out in the abandoned and dilapidated pavillion seen at the beginning of the video.
Monocentropus balfouri mating Seemed to go well, not sure if the male got it in this time from this angle , but after placing him back in his own container he was cleaning his palps through his fangs, as if it happened. Male is on loan from Joe From FL, (xhexdx)
Tegenaria agrestis male - Comparison to Tegenaria gigantea I do not know conclusively that this is a male Tegenaria agrestis, but I see these guys around my yard so I figured I'd get a video of him. Everything I see (palps, sternum, etcs) have me believing he is a "Hobo Spider" I took another video of my Tegenaria gigantea too. This was supposed to be one video with both featured, but my computer kept crashing so I had to split them into seperate videos. :[ I wanted to show people the differences and similarities between the two. Once I find out for sure what this specimen is, I'll update the description and add notes through the video. Though, I know I could be totally wrong about it's ID I noticed this male behaves a little differently than my gigantea males. He's a lot more spastic, less passive, but not quite aggressive either. It's difficult to explain, but I believe the video shows it quite well.
Palps Sin City.mp4 What would ROJ been like if Frank Millar had been involved
TwinZ - Artlantis 2.0 This is my another school project which I named TwinZ because of two ''palps'' above the ground floor.
Lauren: Take America to College audition Lauren audition for take America to College Small view of my stressful life in a Masters degree program for Acupuncture and Oriental medicine. School takes up the amount of time as a full time job and then some, my son takes up a full time job trying to be a good quality mom; and then there's my chronic insomnia, HT palps, financial disaster of debts and occasional mental breakdowns from stress!! School, a love-hate relationship.
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Palps Tour '11 Elk Mounatin Snowboarding Apres Ski TV
Small Bronze Spider With Round Palps This amazing little spider might be quite common in England. I occasionally see spiders I don't remember seeing before. If you know what it is, please leave a comment with the information for other people.
Goliath vs Mouse #2 Here's a vid of Goliath subduing a rather large mouse. She's my most aggressive emperor and one of the few emps I've owned which favors her venom over her palps for killing prey. Goliath is able to envenomate her prey while remaining almost completely hidden. The sting itself is entirely visible and very methodical and directed, almost like an injection.
Tegenaria Gigantea mating One of my Tegenaria Gigantea (uk house spider) females mating, you should be able to see the males palps inflate like balloons. Although you can't see it in this vid the male is quite a bit smaller than the female yet he had no problem getting her to do what he wanted, many....... many times ;)
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Fly the Falcon - Jeremy Ho-on(aka chancela Palps) Jeremy Sings epic tale of star wars on riddim