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The tarantula, like many other members of the spider family, is an expert in the making of burrows.
The Tarantula is in her own house, with all its conveniences; every nook and corner of the bastion is familiar to her.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
The natives of the island hold the old tradition of the ancients, that one bitten by a tarantula will dance himself to death.
Have you ever seen, by-the-bye, that extraordinary Highland tarantula called the reel of Tullich?
The tarantula spider is a relation of the six-footed farmers, you should know, although he is not an insect himself.
Turn up a stone and sometimes you see a revengeful scorpion: anon the huge tarantula comes forth to look at the camp-fire.
THE ROMANCE OF THE COLORADO RIVERFREDERICK S. DELLENBAUGH
The tarantula, peering from its burrow, quivered with impatience.
THE FORGOTTEN PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
He and his enemy, the monstrous tarantula, were beneath the same covering.
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It was a female black hunting-spider, the so-called American tarantula.
THE FORGOTTEN PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
It is a formidable insect, worse than scorpion or tarantula.
DAY AND NIGHT STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD

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