http://www.facebook.com/quaoarpower OK folks, I hear you, it's not a longan. Also, I'd like to warn you about companies advertising therapeutic effects of mangosteen. These people are selling the useless rind of the mangosteen and are scamming a public hungry for miracle cures. ) Fruits of the tropics, including durian, mangosteen, mango, rose apple, dragonfruit, salak, custard apple, sop
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This is a scientific technique pioneered by Joel Weinberger, and was shown in experimental studies to have a positive effect on arachnophobia. Thanks to Tim J Morrison for the music! Music here: http://soundcloud.com/timmorrison/monkey-ninja-spider
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Hello friends, I want you to know that I was scared but confident the spiders would not bite me. I handle a lot of spiders and have never been bitten. The water keeps the spiders from walking up my arm. On the first take the recluse almost went up my sleeve. http://www.facebook.com/quaoarpower Music by Jonasty42. Loxosceles reclusa and Latrodectus mactans cruising on my hand in Texas. I found them both on my cousin's ranch - the recluse was under a pile of plywood and the widow was in a pumphouse. I also found a third spider, Cicurina, but I didn't even think to include her in the fun.
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If you've ever wondered how spiders "do it," this video will help you understand the principle parts involved on the female side. Please post information/identification requests to http://www.facebook.com/quaoarpower Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music
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www.facebook.com/quaoarpower This song is from Thailand, called "ลืมไม่ลง" or "Luem Mai Long" (literally means "Can't Forget") This is Gertrude, my Vinegaroon (ARACHNID -Mastigoproctus giganteus.) She comes from the Chiricahua Mountains of Arizona. She uses her sensitive tail and two antenniform front legs to hunt insects and arachnids at night. At the base of her tail is a gland that can expel a mixture of concentrated acetic acid (vinegar) and caprylic acid. While caprylic acid is not as strong as the acetic, it nevertheless can dissolve chitin, a main ingredient in arthropod shells.
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Ticks REVEALED! Tick science: biology, anatomy, physiology, and behavior of these bloodsucking creatures in Texas, Colorado, and Austria. ARACHNID arachnology parasite parasitology Jake Duncan on didjeridu - dermacentor ixodes rhipicephala amblyomma 15 june re-up
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https://www.facebook.com/quaoarpower Lots of people think these spiders live in their house or their town. But lots of people have been misinformed by exterminators and amateurs. This video will help you decide if it's even likely to be a recluse.
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Translations: the Finnish one is nonsense until the last 2 lines, "Now I choose out of these the one who's out/ puh, pah, out of the game!" Hungarian: "Ecc, pecc, you can go outside/you can come back in the day after tomorrow/onto thread, onto chickadee/the cat jumped over the mouse/run!" Estonian: "Eeny, kaki, candy, nommi/ the old man jumped over the bomb/Bomb went one hard bang/the old man looked at the hole in his shirt/Mice were tickling his belly button/ You're out of the game." Sorry for my bad Estonian pronunciation, I just couldn't wrap my mouth effectively around those words!
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Previous version contained errors. Get to know your spiders! This family is a good challenge for beginners. See more at http://www.facebook.com/quaoarpower Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music
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100 seconds of spiders! Live spiders collected from Wenatchee Valley, WA, summer, 2011. Music: The Oak and the Ash, performed by TJ Morrison. Families: Lycosidae, Dictynidae Corinnidae Philodromidae Theridiidae Thomisidae Amaurobiidae Gnaphosidae Oxyopidae Oxyopes scalaris Gnaphosa muscorum Xysticus locuples Tibellus oblongus Agelenidae Tegenaria domestica Cicurina intermedia Phrurotimpus sertus Alopecosa kochi
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Happy Halloween! Please share this video. Spiders from Araneidae, Amaurobiidae, Salticidae, Sparassidae, Antrodiaetidae, Philodromidae, Thomisidae, Oxyopidae, Senoculidae, Trechaleidae, Dysderidae, Pisauridae, Corinnidae, Agelenidae, Lycosidae, Nephilidae, Scytodidae, Tetragnathidae, Miturgidae
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The narrator is acting all blasé, but all the spider has to do is punch the needle-sharp fangs down into one of the veins of his hand, and the poison would go straight to his heart. The easiest and safest way of handling spiders with your bare hands.
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Lethocerus indicus, the giant waterbug of Southeast Asia (Hempitera: Belostomatidae) タイワンタガメ
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