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Dead squashed bedbug with baby spider! [a: clearer image needed]

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  1. Tglock

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Wed Aug 30 2017 6:48:43
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    https://flic.kr/p/XYTqeq
    I squashed a bedbug and noticed a spiderling headed in his direction so I laid the piece of paper towel with him on it down and picked it up and noticed that the spider had crawled on top of him maybe sucking his blood for a change..lol I did not kill the spider in fact since seeing a few of their webs filled with bedbug carcasses I have grown to become quite fond of them.

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    Sun Sep 3 2017 18:01:38
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    That's interesting. Wish the bug was more in focus to see the spider on it.

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    Tglock - 4 days ago  » 
    https://flic.kr/p/XYTqeq
    I squashed a bedbug and noticed a spiderling headed in his direction so I laid the piece of paper towel with him on it down and picked it up and noticed that the spider had crawled on top of him maybe sucking his blood for a change..lol I did not kill the spider in fact since seeing a few of their webs filled with bedbug carcasses I have grown to become quite fond of them.

    Looks like breeding? Well that's just great, a new breed Bed bugs & Spiders? Except they are cuter of course right? Of course I'm kidding, hate insects of any kind whatsoever....

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    Posted 2 months ago
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    I hope not I couldn't imagine a bedbug/spider hybrid.


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