Ogre Faced Spider

Subject:  Too many bugs pesticide and paid services no help Geographic location of the bug:  Southern,California 3 miles from Mexico border Date: 06/16/2019 Time: 02:03 AM EDT Your letter to the bugman:  We have used many pest control company store bought poison not many big bugs like the pic but thousands of tiny ones inside … Read more

Net Casting Spider from Australia

Subject:  Four-legged Spider Geographic location of the bug:  NSW, Australia Date: 01/12/2018 Time: 07:19 PM EDT Your letter to the bugman:  Hello Bugman, Found a four-legged Spider at my fence. When I placed it in a dust pan to put outside it turned out it had 8 legs. Is this harmful as well? I keep … Read more

Ogre Faced Spider from South Africa

Subject: Spider under my pillow Location: Durban south Africa December 17, 2016 4:29 am Hey bugman, I found a spider under my pillow last night and I was wondering if you can identify it for me Signature: Shane Dear Shane, We are relatively confident we have correctly identified this leggy spider as an Ogre Faced … Read more

Netcasting Spider from Australia

Subject: What is this insect? Location: Perth WA February 19, 2016 10:01 pm I found this on my fence outside, there was a spider web around it, but I’m not sure if it came from the insect or anything spider. I tried to search this insect but couldn’t find anything in relation to it, the … Read more

Netcasting Spider from Costa Rica

Subject: netcasting spider Location: costa rica Tortuguero March 27, 2013 12:33 am do you have the exact name for this species? thank you Signature: fred from belgium Hi Fred, We are unable to do any research on this Netcasting Spider at this time, but it is really a lovely photo.  Perhaps one of our readers … Read more

Netcasting Spider from Australia

Subject: What’s this strange spider? Location: Australia, Melbourne February 16, 2013 12:32 am Hi I am from Australia, and as I opened my garage door on a hot summer day I noticed this creature on the door. Initially I thought it was a twig as it remained stationary, but it began crawling upwards once I … Read more