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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by waloshin, Sep 28, 2010.
It's a your bug.
I was expecting that.
That my friend is a spider.
I agree... most definitely a spider.
Hmmm....maybe it's a you're bug........
It has wings.
I don't know but I would kill it, you never know you could be unknowingly saving mankind from destruction.
Maybe the spider drank a Redbull............
It looks like a wood wasp or a mosquito hawk.
It is a mayfly or Ephemeroptera. Very dangerous, one bit will kill you slowly in agonizing pain.
I had thought wood wasp or mosquito hawk. But you are absolutely correct. Good eyes!
i told him to kill it, i was right
Well the bug only has two antenna and not three like that picture.
It is a mayfly. See attachment.
looks like a mayfly.
you should see the swarms of them over Lake St. Claire in the summer.
Agree, probably a Mayfly. Only the females have a dangerous bite. Very nasty.
gross. kill it.
I'm from Ohio, which borders Lake Erie. I'm embarrassed to say Mayflies have their own website...
MayflieNews. It includes a video and a gift shop...
I was shocked to see the first replies. Either people messing with the OP or ones that had no clue. I thought they were found all over. Maybe just in the mid west?
Anyone can see it has eight legs, duh. Hence, spider.
....after it drank a Redbull. Why do you keep leaving this part out?
What kind of spider is this?
Possible a Recluse Brown spider. If so- the bite of one is quit nasty.
It's a little hard to tell in your photo, so here are a few more to compare to along with a good website link. The Brown Recluse isn't usually found out in the open like this. I'm very tolerant of spiders, but I still kill the ones I'm suspicious of. Bites from spiders that are toxic to humans are nasty.
University of Kentucky Entomology
They only live for about day, don't take his life, lol.