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Spider

  • Spiders Alive & Deadly Press Release
    Australian Museum
    Spiders Alive & Deadly
    Spiders Alive & Deadly Press Release
    Australian Museum
  • Pinned Spiders
    Abram Powell
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Macro
    close up
    preparatory
    Spiders are pinned in preparation for mounting on a display. The pinning of the spider assists in keeping the form and pose as it stiffens. This specimen is a Funnel Web spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Crab spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Funnel Web Spider.
    ©Australian Museum/Willian Bullimore
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is an Orb-weaving spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Green Jumping spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Wolf Spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Triangular Spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Peacock spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Red back spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Trapdoor spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spider Venom Milking
    Abram Powell
    Abram Powell
    Spider
    arachnology
    venom
    milking
    exhibit
    macro
    close up
    live exhibit
    A Net-casting Spider is milked for its venom. The spider is sedated with CO2 before being gently stimulated with a low voltage current to express venom. The collected venom is dried and preserved before being transported for research and analysis. The procedure causes no harm to the spider and is undertaken by highly trained handlers. This image was taken in the 'Venom Lab' of the exhibition 'Spiders - Alive & Deadly' as the exhibit was under construction.
    Copyright © Australian Museum
  • Spider Venom Milking
    Abram Powell
    Abram Powell
    spider
    macro
    arachnology
    exhibit
    exhibition
    live exhibit
    close up
    A Net-casting Spider is milked for its venom. The spider is sedated with CO2 before being gently stimulated with a low voltage current to express venom. The collected venom is dried and preserved before being transported for research and analysis. The procedure causes no harm to the spider and is undertaken by highly trained handlers. This image was taken in the 'Venom Lab' of the exhibition 'Spiders - Alive & Deadly' as the exhibit was under construction.
    Copyright © Australian Museum
  • Spider Venom Milking
    Abram Powell
    Abram Powell
    spider
    arachnology
    macro
    close up
    exhibit
    live exhibit
    A Net-casting Spider is milked for its venom. The spider is sedated with CO2 before being gently stimulated with a low voltage current to express venom. The collected venom is dried and preserved before being transported for research and analysis. The procedure causes no harm to the spider and is undertaken by highly trained handlers. This image was taken in the 'Venom Lab' of the exhibition 'Spiders - Alive & Deadly' as the exhibit was under construction.
    Copyright © Australian Museum
  • Spider Venom Milking
    Abram Powell
    Abram Powell
    spider
    arachnology
    macro
    close up
    live exhibit
    A Net-casting Spider is milked for its venom. The spider is sedated with CO2 before being gently stimulated with a low voltage current to express venom. The collected venom is dried and preserved before being transported for research and analysis. The procedure causes no harm to the spider and is undertaken by highly trained handlers. This image was taken in the 'Venom Lab' of the exhibition 'Spiders - Alive & Deadly' as the exhibit was under construction.
    Copyright © Australian Museum
  • Spider Venom Milking
    Abram Powell
    Abram Powell
    spider
    arachnology
    venom
    exhbit
    macro
    close up
    live exhibit
    A Net-casting Spider is milked for its venom. The spider is sedated with CO2 before being gently stimulated with a low voltage current to express venom. The collected venom is dried and preserved before being transported for research and analysis. The procedure causes no harm to the spider and is undertaken by highly trained handlers. This image was taken in the 'Venom Lab' of the exhibition 'Spiders - Alive & Deadly' as the exhibit was under construction.
    Copyright © Australian Museum
  • Spider Venom Milking
    Abram Powell
    Abram Powell
    spider
    arachnology
    macro
    close up
    live exhibits
    A Net-casting Spider is milked for its venom. The spider is sedated with CO2 before being gently stimulated with a low voltage current to express venom. The collected venom is dried and preserved before being transported for research and analysis. The procedure causes no harm to the spider and is undertaken by highly trained handlers. This image was taken in the 'Venom Lab' of the exhibition 'Spiders - Alive & Deadly' as the exhibit was under construction.
    Copyright © Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    David Gray
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Triangular spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders - Alive & Deadly. Exhibition Media Launch
    Abram Powell
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    kids
    children
    school
    puppet
    building
    Media
    Launch
    Spiders - Alive & Deadly is opened to the media by AM CEO and Director Kim McKay with students from Seaforth Public School. The launch featured absailers dressed as redback spiders descending the Australian Museum building, a redback stilt puppet and the first live milking in the Venom Lab.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Louis Tsai
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Bearded spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders_Media Images
    Stuart Humphreys
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    Handout image from the Australian Museum. The exhibition 'Spiders, Alive and Deadly' opens at the Australian Museum on October 29 2016. Pictured is a Funnel-web spider.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders - Alive & Deadly. Exhibition Media Launch
    Abram Powell
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    kids
    children
    school
    puppet
    building
    Media
    Launch
    Spiders - Alive & Deadly is opened to the media by AM CEO and Director Kim McKay with students from Seaforth Public School. The launch featured absailers dressed as redback spiders descending the Australian Museum building, a redback stilt puppet and the first live milking in the Venom Lab.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders - Alive & Deadly. Exhibition Media Launch
    Abram Powell
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    kids
    children
    school
    puppet
    building
    Media
    Launch
    Spiders - Alive & Deadly is opened to the media by AM CEO and Director Kim McKay with students from Seaforth Public School. The launch featured absailers dressed as redback spiders descending the Australian Museum building, a redback stilt puppet and the first live milking in the Venom Lab.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders - Alive & Deadly. Exhibition Media Launch
    Abram Powell
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    kids
    children
    school
    puppet
    building
    Media
    Launch
    Spiders - Alive & Deadly is opened to the media by AM CEO and Director Kim McKay with students from Seaforth Public School. The launch featured absailers dressed as redback spiders descending the Australian Museum building, a redback stilt puppet and the first live milking in the Venom Lab.
    ©Australian Museum
  • Spiders - Alive & Deadly. Exhibition Media Launch
    Abram Powell
    Spider
    Arachnology
    Exhibition
    kids
    children
    school
    puppet
    building
    Media
    Launch
    Spiders - Alive & Deadly is opened to the media by AM CEO and Director Kim McKay with students from Seaforth Public School. The launch featured absailers dressed as redback spiders descending the Australian Museum building, a redback stilt puppet and the first live milking in the Venom Lab.
    ©Australian Museum