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Posted March 09, An historically murky and brutal story of murder emerged when Curious Kimberley was asked about the story of Philchowskis Crossing near the east Kimberley town of Kununurra. Philchowskis' story reflects one small paragraph in a bloody chapter of Kimberley history referred to by Aboriginal people as "the killing time".
Traces of this violence, murder and injustice can be found in seemingly benign placenames across the region, such as Philchowskis Crossing. Historians say the killing time lasted 50 years and saw violence between Aboriginal people and European settlers. Chris Magnay has lived in Kununurra for 15 years and always wanted to know the history of Philchowskis Crossing. From the late s to the s there was a push by the WA Government for pastoralists to expand in the east Kimberley. What the pastoralists new to the east Kimberley did not know was that there was an immense population of Aboriginal people living there, nor how well they would protect their country.
The pastoralists would call on the Government to protect the cattle from being speared. However, the Government did not respond. Rudolph Philchowski was killed in — in the middle of the killing time — by an Aboriginal man known as Gulbooding, commonly referred to as Wallambain. There are recordings that Philchowski was a Polish count, but it was more likely he was a German-born man who spent most of his life in Australia.
The exact character of Philchowski is disputed among locals and historians. Conflicting written and oral stories describe him as either an innocent victim, a murderer or a relentless womaniser. The local Aboriginal organisation Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation believes the man was at best disrespectful and that the crossing's name was offensive to traditional owners. Edward Carlton, a Miriwoong man and a director of the Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation, said the stories from his ancestors corroborated this version.
Kununurra resident and Miriwoong elder Button Jones said Wallambian was his grandfather and was regarded as a formidable character. Mr Jones said Philchowski was travelling through an area where European settlers were openly chasing Aboriginal people and shooting them down.
Wallambain was seeking revenge, though Mr Jones said it was unclear if Philchowski was involved in the murders. Philchowski was resting by the creek when he was approached and speared by Wallambain who was seeking retribution for the violence directed towards his people. Senior Miriwoong man David Newry said Wallambain escaped prosecution and it was his cousin who went to jail for murdering Philchowski. Mr Newry said it was possible another man approached the police and confessed to the crime to save the entire group from being persecuted or killed.
The Forest River massacre is one of the more widely recognised incidents this period, where the murder of 16 Aboriginal people sparked a Royal Commission in But most of the violent stories have been passed orally through generations in the east Kimberley.
Weaber Plains Road is a major road into Kununurra and is said to be named after two brothers, Jimmy and William Weaber. Mr Newry said his grandmother lived at the station managed by the Weaber brothers and the stories passed to him implicate them in the murder of Aboriginal people.
He said the men would use trackers to capture and kill Aboriginal people to get them off the land. After a lengthy consultation process with the Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation and the community, and a discovery that the crossing was never officially recorded with the WA Geographic Names Committee, it was decided the name would be changed to Galboorrang Crossing — reflecting the native fauna in the area in the Miriwoong language.
Edward Carlton from the Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation welcomed the decision to change the creek's name.
Across Australia, other place names are being changed as history is revisited. He's been living in the town for 15 years and has always wanted to know the true story behind Philchowski Crossing. Contact Emily Jane Smith. More stories from Western Australia. What have you always wondered about the Kimberley that you'd like an ABC reporter to investigate?
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A sense of outrage and injustice can be a powerful weapon — just look at Hannah Gadsby and Nanette. Curious Kimberley Curious Kimberley About. Miriwoong man David Newry and elder Button Jones say their history is painful. Aboriginal alternatives offered for 'offensive' Tasmanian place names. Million Indigenous placenames in danger of disappearing. Philchowskis Crossing has changed to Galboorrang Crossing after lengthy consultation with local Miriwoong people.
An east Kimberley pastoral station pictured in The creek where Philchowski was said to have been speared to death by Wallambain. An excerpt of The Advertiser newspaper in describing Philchowski's murder as "tragic". National Library of Australia. David Newry and Button Jones say there are many questionable colonially-named landmarks. Curious Kimberley questioner Chris Magnay from Kununurra. You ask we answer What have you always wondered about the Kimberley that you'd like an ABC reporter to investigate?
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Not true report asap and fill out a complaint form about your problems it will help if you ever have a lawsuit: I had a tubal ligation at age 29, after my 4th child was born. Now i could care less about intimacy or anything sexual, and have become quite the firecracker in relation to mood swings and depression.
I have lost interest in many things and have felt severely fatigued irritable and all around unhealthy ever since the procedure. I was SO very fertile that I thought it would be well worth the risk… now i regret it! My symptoms alone have caused turmoil in my relationship due to lack of energy and stamina being misconstrued as lack of interest in my partner. What can I do now!!! Yes queen I agree!!!! I pray that God would heal our bodies.
I have not been the same sense tublagation. Save up money and have it remove asap and fill out a complaint form about your health problems to help ohters. I had mine done after my girl 2nd child at the age of I went from being a huge nymph to barely interested in sex.
I had mine done as I was having an emergency c section and i requested it to be done. I was never told about risks until after the paper was signed and the procedure was done. Nothing about long term.
After my c section I had exploritory surgery. Keep in mind this is the same doctor that caused me to have the emergency c section in the first place. Not so sure now. We need more female gynos who will tell us the whole truth. Give me a break. I was fine before. I just went to the hospital and found out that I have another ulcer. God never intended for us to have our tubs tide.
I had my tubes tied 6 months after my daughter was born, she was my 3rd child and it was done at Since then I have had horrible bleeding,and cramps which I was told about. What I did not know was all the pain that would come with it or all the night sweats and hot flashes as well as pain during sex and I mean aweful pain where I felt like I was in labor type of pain and the cysts.
If truly knew the outcome of my decision I would never have done it. The pain I have dealt with during sex and everyday kills me and to think if I was properly informed trust me I would have never ever have done it. After my 3rd child and being a single parent I thought a tubal ligation was God sent. I already had my babies and I was good with a permanent solution. It has been a total nightmare since. First it started right away with the worst menstural cramps, heavy and long blood flow, mood swings, depression, and head aches.
Now I cramp constently. Sometimes I have to wait for it to subside to move. My periods consist of large blood clots for as long as 7 days heavy.
I refuse to let it take away my sex life but the suffering in silence is a big price to pay. I pray that God will help all the ladies suffering from these symptoms find a way to get help and healing. And also make others aware of the side affects of this procedure. God please make away for these women to be heard so that many of us can fix a mistake that was made from ignorance and that the doctors that put us in these chains will have to inform future women of the horrible side effects.
I had my tubal in during a c-section. From the beginning I had extreme pain in my abdomen. More on my right side like someone was tugging at it. It was making me pass out all the time,even when I got home. Then 3 months later I started having seizures,from there my health went down. Thyroid issues,weight gain,the weight gain caused the diabetes,and sleep apnea,trouble losing it. Constant cramping and pressure in stomach and severe bloating at times just lying down or sitting is so uncomfortable and having clothes on too.
Excessive Gas and since tubal sorry tmi but maybe someone will relate to this. A bowel issue,unable to go had tests to see why and some sort of blockage dont know what though.
So docs only medicating to force faster movements and regulate. Mood swings were horrible and people were afraid to talk to me for fear of what mood. Memory,crying,headaches severe,medical bills in the thousands and beyond. Blood clots never had them before. Please if anyone relates or would like to talk more contact me.
I am all in on this. Need to stop tubals and need to investigate them more. I had my tubal in Since my period are so irregular that i keep pads on me. Also my sex drive at all. Mood swing a week and half before i start their so bad that i scared of my own self..
I am 37 my tubes hve been tied for 13yrs i am experience all of these systoms. FATIGUE,im thankful i find this web site to know that im not the only 1 dealing with this issue i hve also become very depressed…..
Laugh if you want, I know all these fadders make it look unrealistic, but celiac can cause all those symptoms, and real celiac gets worse with time. Pregnancy, the flu, a cold, a severe injury all of these things cause celiac to pop up.
Worth a shot at least. O my gosh, I thought it was just me. I had seizures most of my life but ever since I got my tubal ligation. The seizures are worse. I had to get a VNS Therapy just to slow them down. Pain most of the time. I want to sleep all the day away. I am going through the Same thing also. I have had surgery to remove the fiber tumors an they have returned. I have night sweets. It crazy because they can tie your tubes with insurance but want untie them with it.
It cost us 8 an 9 thousand dollars to get them untied can someone help us please. I had the tubal ring done in six months after my daughter was born. My right side under my ribs hurt off and on had it checked out everything was fine.
If I had the money I get it reversed so tired of hurting and tired of the heavy periods. I got my tubal ligation done January 13th, They were supposed to go via laparoscopy, and when I came to after the surgery, they told me they just cut me wide open to make it easier. I was a newly wed at the time and we were unable to consummate our marriage for months. I had to go back in repeatedly to get high doses of antibiotics, the kind you can taste when you breathe. I had to deal with the beginning of gangrene and so many more infections.
I would be horribly mean, angry, depressed, and just plain insane. I would trash the house, scaring our beloved pet. The pain was so intense, it would make me vomit.
I have regular headaches now bordering on migraines. My periods are so super heavy, I could soak a pad in an hour or less, and yet the doctors at the one hospital are telling me I just have heavy periods. They were never like this before the surgery, I can tell ya that. Blood clots like crazy, and sex is non-existent now. Makes me sad and angry that all this is happening. Doc that did the surgery was accused by others of malpractice. Not just on women, but she really messed up the circumcision of a young boy of a friend of my sister.
I wish I had known about all these side effects. Everything I had looked up, I brought up to her prior to surgery and it was all dismissed as hysteria. I was worrying too much. I had a tubal was cauterized in my daughter was a month..
Never had problems with my period prior to my tubal.. Its been almost 16 yes. I so regret having this done.. I want the rings removed these doctors will not listen to me. How did you have two miscarriages after you had your tubes tied. I just would like to say thank you everyone! I signed a consent form to have this procedure done but now after reading the comments from you all I will not be following through with a tubal ligation.
I hank God for causing me to question the decision I was making. I do pray that your situations physically are healed and that God give you all strength daily. You did the right thing! I wish I had done more extensive research before going through with the surgery. I had mine tied, cut and burned, 6 weeks after my son was born. I now have painful periods, heavy bleeding and clotting, moodiness as well. This is terrible, I hope more women are able to see the truth about tubal ligation.
Natural family planning is the best way to go. I will not recommend having a tubal ligation EVER! It has effected me in so many negative ways. It started a few months ago. U have been searching for someone with the same symptoms. I already thought it was crazy when my doctor stated they may have cut one side shorter then the other. This is so devastating.
I too am suffering from having my tubes tied. I was diagnosed with catamenial epilepsy which i believe was caused from this surgery. I never had seizures or pain in my abdomen like i do now. Hi there ladies I sure glad that i am not going through this alone.
Had my tube tide 5 years ago an still have a lot of pain. Also had tubes cut. Will it help or make things worse. Also suffer migraine fatigue and constant sickness. I had my tubes tied and an ablation done in October , within that week after my surgery my right ovary had flipped and there was minimal blood flow to the ovary.
My husband took me to the emergency room an they did the internal ultrasound and the tech could not even go near my right ovary or tube. My doctor said it would correct itself however I have been in pain ever since on that side when I ovulate and because of the ablation I no longer get my menstrual cycle but I still have the cramps and they are worse then when they were before.
I had very bad menstrual cycles that is why she did the ablation. Which the ablation seems to not be working any longer which is very possible. My question is since my right fallopian tube is flipped could the clamp have loosened because of that? Also if that could happen could I get pregnant? I have also since having the surgery I have been having major dizzy spells that they can not figure out what is causing the dizzy spells.
Any advice would greatly be appreciated. I will be contacting my doctor for an appointment. You are very similar to me. Age 42, 4 pregnancies, 2 children. If I knew the problems I would end up with I would have never done the procedure. After second c, problems immediately on left side.
Took 3 years to find out that the left ovary had flipped up and stuck to my bowel surgical adhesions causing partial bowel obstructions. Of that tube did not fully cauterize so I had been bleeding into my abdomen as well for 3 years. Diagnosed with Uterine Adenomyosis at that time as well.
Best of luck to you, I am still dealing with my issues. I had my tubes tied in and I have gone into menopause at 27 years old. I have found that in there was a petition started that would require surgeons to disclose the risks of premature menopause in tubal ligation patients but did YOU hear about it? Ovarian isolated is the suspected cause.
After tons of money for tests revolving around my digestion and stomach and I am reading this and hearing more about it. I see I have had escalating health problems since my tubal over 20 yrs ago! I am in bed in pain most of the time. The exact character of Philchowski is disputed among locals and historians. Conflicting written and oral stories describe him as either an innocent victim, a murderer or a relentless womaniser. The local Aboriginal organisation Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation believes the man was at best disrespectful and that the crossing's name was offensive to traditional owners.
Edward Carlton, a Miriwoong man and a director of the Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation, said the stories from his ancestors corroborated this version. Kununurra resident and Miriwoong elder Button Jones said Wallambian was his grandfather and was regarded as a formidable character.
Mr Jones said Philchowski was travelling through an area where European settlers were openly chasing Aboriginal people and shooting them down. Wallambain was seeking revenge, though Mr Jones said it was unclear if Philchowski was involved in the murders. Philchowski was resting by the creek when he was approached and speared by Wallambain who was seeking retribution for the violence directed towards his people.
Senior Miriwoong man David Newry said Wallambain escaped prosecution and it was his cousin who went to jail for murdering Philchowski. Mr Newry said it was possible another man approached the police and confessed to the crime to save the entire group from being persecuted or killed. The Forest River massacre is one of the more widely recognised incidents this period, where the murder of 16 Aboriginal people sparked a Royal Commission in But most of the violent stories have been passed orally through generations in the east Kimberley.
Weaber Plains Road is a major road into Kununurra and is said to be named after two brothers, Jimmy and William Weaber. Mr Newry said his grandmother lived at the station managed by the Weaber brothers and the stories passed to him implicate them in the murder of Aboriginal people.
He said the men would use trackers to capture and kill Aboriginal people to get them off the land. After a lengthy consultation process with the Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation and the community, and a discovery that the crossing was never officially recorded with the WA Geographic Names Committee, it was decided the name would be changed to Galboorrang Crossing — reflecting the native fauna in the area in the Miriwoong language. Edward Carlton from the Miriuwung Gajerrong Corporation welcomed the decision to change the creek's name.
Across Australia, other place names are being changed as history is revisited. He's been living in the town for 15 years and has always wanted to know the true story behind Philchowski Crossing. Contact Emily Jane Smith. More stories from Western Australia. What have you always wondered about the Kimberley that you'd like an ABC reporter to investigate? By Emily Jane Smith.
If you have inside knowledge of a topic in the news, contact the ABC. ABC teams share the story behind the story and insights into the making of digital, TV and radio content. Read about our editorial guiding principles and the enforceable standard our journalists follow. I have a spider about 5c piece size with translucent, light brown spots, in my bathroom. It seems to have only four eyes jumping spider?
It flees when i get too close and doesn't appear to mind water. I would not hesitate to kill any spider yeah I've heard all the arguments not to but they are horrible nasty creatures. Lesley, I understand you might suffer from a bit of arachnophobia. Please let me refer you to a wonderful page that I think you could benefit from in the future. I was recently down at bush area in Dianella Perth WA and Came across a very black spider which was about cm in diameter and about 4 cm high.
When my bike wheel struck it on its side it reared up and Put its fangs up to protect itself and as i moved past followed me where ever I went like a crab. There was red underneath these but the rest of it was totally black with no fur. Any ideas on what on earth it was? They won't hurt you. Trapdoors only come out of their trapdoors to mate and then go back inside. We don't get funnel webs on the west coast.
We love Australia and would like to come to your country at the beginning of We are from Holland. My wife is scairly terrified of spiders, its a real fobia. Where in Australia do you have no spiders. A question of my wife, are there spiders also in Sydney and Aidelade? We we would like to go to those two fantastic citys. You will find spiders right throughout Australia, however, please be rest assured the chances of being bitten by a spider, especially as a tourist would be close to nil.
You generally find them in the bushy areas, not on the sightseeing precinct. Redbacks live under rocks and love dark spaces.. Please, do not be put off.. I have lived here for 50 years.. I think they will be least of your worries. I am from Scotland, been around Australia and live in Perth now. Not worth missing out on this beautiful country because of spiders. If a real issue, visit in winter when no beasties want to come out and play.
Tell Miss Frank we say hello. My wife was terrified of all the spider stories before we moved out from the UK to perth. Now she is here she doesn't even bother and doesn't even kill them anymore. You don't see that many around and the only ones to get rid of are the red backs. Found a spider south of Perth in Australind that looks exactly look like a funnel Web.
Hope not and would love to know what it could be. Hi Tara it's probably a mouse spider , they are often confused for a funnel web. I just found one in my garden and I am in wa too. I have found a spider the shape of a red back but it has no red it's got cream stripes with black and more hairs than a red back and I can't find it on any pages or pics. Hi mate, Have a look here: It looks the same in the body makeup, but the markings and colors and hairs on abdomen can vary.
You'll find literally millions of pictures on google search when using the scientific name or the common name false widow. A friend in USA would like an Australian Spider display for their wall is this possible to get and where as I have searched the web and failed.
Any help would be appreciated. Can anyone identify this spider? Large grey egg shaped body with 2 horizontal white stripes ie across body from side to side, not to head to tail. It had a massive web with very tough web. I have quarantined it as I have kids but want to know if its safe to return to garden or not? I live in Perth wa and keep finding a spider in my back patio area that looks like a red back by body but daddy long legs by every other feature except colour.
It's black with white dots on a row down its back.. I've considered maybe a their whitetails but the bottom isn't one consistent line like a whitetail.. Could it be a young red back I believe it is a Tangled web spider. Its part of the family of Redbacks - the Theridiidae Family. A virtually all white spider was found on the back of our dining room chair.
We live in the Central Wheatbelt area. It's legs were almost white and the legs splayed out on either side were close to each other at right angles to body.
The abdomen was perfectly round. I thought the white-tailed spider was really white - meaning the abdomen was white. Not so, from the illustrations. However, when gardening have come across quite a number of white spiders, of different shapes and sizes. The pictorial list dosen't seem to list the different ones I have actually observed.
Would any be poisonous if bitten? Had a huntsman "living" on the light switch at night in the outdoor toilet, a "pet" black house spider we used to feed flies to, to get the kids used to spiders, and many white tails around the house.
One in the pocket of my jeans which I "found" while fumbling for a tissue Hubby got bitten and ended up with a sore that wouldn't heal for months and then pop back up once a year On the golden Orbweb spider though - I collected some web years ago and wrapped it around a small container. I have a huge Golden Orb Weaver in a Rosemary bush outside the back door. She is on the web day and night.
Her abdomen is about 1. Her web stretches about one metre square. She is a lovely specimen and welcomed garden pet. Today I was bitten by a spider that virtually does not exist.
By that I mean it doesn't come up on any website. It's yellow body, white back and yellowish, brownish legs. The bite remains red and doesn't make sense I took some pictures.. I have seen multiple like this around my house today mate Strange that i find someone having seen the same Got freaked out hahaha.
Redbacks with brown and white banding are juveniles. The males look similar but don't tend to have the red markings. If you ever spray a redback nest, you'll see several smaller spiders of a similar shape to the female redback run off.
Most of these will be males. On the other hand, young male and female redbacks can be brown or in some cases grey. I've a photo of a female sub-adult with grey stripes and a red midline, for example. Is it possible they are inhabiting the southern region of WA now? I also live in the peel region and one of my friends was just saying she thinks she found a funnel web which doesn't inhabit wa so people who have checked it out for her have said it most likely a trap door!
So Trapdoors are likely to have inhabited WA. I have taken a photo and gone through every site pertaining to Australian spiders trying to find any information to no avail. I found an orange colored spider on my broad beans, it was about the size of a medium huntsman and it had markings like little jewels outlining its abdomen and down the legs, really beautiful. But what is it called? Hi, I was at the beach in wa today and found a super tiny spider near the dunes.
I'm not a massive spider fan, so dont know much about them, but I think it was a jumping spider. Has anyone got any ideas on what it might be? One of the Peacock Spiders, by the sounds of things. Very pretty and completely harmless. Great Photos Hello, I first came across this spider's egg on a palm leaf at Tafe. Then I found some in my Mum's garden and under the lip of the garbage bin in the Wheatbelt.
I have been watching with interest and many photos later, have finally found the mother spider. I was stroking the egg casing and saw something move, well the chill went up my spine to find that it was alive. What a beautiful and interesting spider. I had looked under the branches and through the shrub and did not see anything, now I understand why. It will be interesting to see if she comes back next season. It is maroon coloured, rounded and shiny, legs were medium length.
The size varies as we have only seen a few. The biggest we saw was no bigger than the thumb nail, the smallest your pinky nail. We are worried as we have pets and were wondering if it can cause illness in both the animals and us. We are located In Western Australia, Perth.
I work in the goldfields in WA near a place called Laverton my question is when I walk to and from work its dark so I have a flash light on my head and I noticed a brilliant shining emerald colour in the light of my torch, as i bent down to pick up this rock it moved.
It was a spider and as I kept walking there were hundreds of these green emerald specks all over the ground. So I was wondering if anyone knew about these spiders of the outback.
If it was on the ground and grey. If the biggest was about 4 or 5 cm in length, wolf. And they are nocturnal and they cruise around in large numbers. They hunt alone and live solitary lives. I've handled many and never been bitten, from memory they pose no threat to humans. I hitch hiked across Australia in and was outside Norseman at night and by matchlight saw hundreds of spiders massing across the road and have never been able to find out what they were.
I have even wondered if it was a hulliucination because I have never found anyone who had witnessed something similar. The spiders were very large and moved in groups like waves. Your item sounds like you came across something similar and you may have solved a 45 year mystery.
You will see spiders but you will mostly have to search for the poisonous ones. The most visible tend to be the least poisonous. Use your eyes to inspect items that haven't been moved in a while, this includes clothes that have been sitting on the floor for 3 days.
If you are ever bitten by something stay calm and try and observe the creature. Basic first aid training is a must in Australia. Hi, i was freaking out coz i came accross 5 spiders in one day in my house and thanx to this website i can rest a little easier coz i see that they are harmless huntsmans,still a bit scary tho: Everyone always says "the are far more scared of you than you are of them!
They run in your direction to scare so you will move but that is a theory for them and for us. I am going to live in perth with my father who is building a house in an area next to whteman park I am terrified of the thought living next to a park should i be worried about snakes aswell as spiders.
Don't despair, the eco system out there is fairly balanced, they would prefer to hangout in the bushland anyways. They do like cooler climates on the very hot days. If you're relaxing in the air con one night and you happen to see a spider waddling across the floor he's looking for the coolest corner in the house, not looking to bite you. Now mosquitoes, that's another story.
I am looking at a huge Huntsman I found in my shed this morning and he is busy looking at me from the inside of a jam jar! I came from Zimbabwe some years ago and thought I had seen some big spiders but this one takes the cake. Your site is a great one. When 'Henry the huntsman' and I are tired of looking at each other he can have his freedom - not in my shed though! I nearly jumped out of my skin when he came to visit me a while ago.
I have daddy long legs all over the house. Have 2 orb spiders outside my back door and I have always been fascinated by them. Every night they come out just after dark and patiently and meticulously spin their webs then sit and wait for their dinner not knowing if they will get any that night.
Then in the morning the web is all gone and they are tucked up nice and tight under the eaves. How they know exactly when to come out and spin their webs and when to take it down and hide amazes me. So if anyone sees a spider please do not kill it, it is more scared of you. If you don't like it being in your house catch it in a jar and place it outside. All living things deserve respect and protection. They all have a purpose on this earth.
You are quite right but if you ever see a white taile or red back you must kill and there are other ones too. Hi have had a what i know now was a golden orb in the tree outside my house , in the far back corner. I took a pic as the web was so golden in the sun one morning. But i watched him her for a few weeks and she got fatter and fatter , her Belly would have been as big as a 20 cent coin.
Anyway, my partner who hates spiders to said spray it, well it took me a few days to contemplate, as i didn't want to get to close. But my daughter came to visit and out she went with the mortein and ummmmmmmm no more golden orb!
My youngest son came home from school and told me off, he actually didn't want it dead. I know now that they are basically harmless. After reading your site , I even miss seeing HER of a day when i go outside , but i have noticed there is another one smaller making a web near the swimming pool, between the fence and a tree there , i dont think i will be as quick to get rid of this one ,, sorrrrrrrry mrs spider!!!
Found him on different occasions with a can of flyspray: I love reading this site! I am from the USA. Minnesota, to be precise, which hardly has poisonous anything a few forest rattlers in the very, very south eastern corner of the state, and an occasional story of the brown recluse or black widow that traveled in someone's lugguge.
I studied in Australia for awhile. My major dealt with the environment, so I luckily got to spend a lot of time outside. I thought it was funny that next to the picture of the jewel spider, you wrote a comment about looking like something you do not want to touch.
I was out on a field trip with some of my classmates when we encountered several of these beautiful spiders strung up between bushes, literally hanging like bright colorful jewels on silk necklaces. The first thing that I did was reach out and touch the spines on the back of one because I was fascinated. I guess it never occured to me to fear it because it was not the "business" end of the spider. My classmates thought I was insane, but my professor identified the animals for me and affirmed that they were not harmful.
I also got to see huge orb web spiders, and saved a large huntsman spider from my dormies wrath, i. I am not afraid of spiders, even when I know they can hurt me. However, do not get me started on Australian ants! We have a Garden Orb Web Spider that has come to stay with us!
I'm so glad my kids didn't spray it with Mortein!! They freak but I love it, it's fascinating. Also we will not kill a Daddy long legs ever again!! This is a lovely site, nice aussie feel to it: Thank you for sharing the pics and info. Also the second last picture Above the Huntsman is called a White Tail or White Tip Spider, quite venomous and bites cause large ulcerations and are rarely felt.
I have loved spiders since i was 3 the only spider I don't like is the redback. I've held a huge spider. I found a spider and called it charles short for charlie. I made him a house.
I was catching some flies for him. My best friend is really scared of spiders and charles got out of the trap door so he was walking all over the place. Cody my best friend saw him and got a rock and killed him. Spiders are the best. When i was kid i put 2 redbacks and i golden orb in a cup with tape over the top two days later i checked it. The golden orb had eaten both redbacks and there was black mucus everywhere.
When i was ten i caught a massive huntsman i got a 2 litre icecream container and glued it to the bottom outside, this spider took up the whole surface edge to edge and its legs were still bent like it was alive.
I than went out to my mum who was having a cuppa and said can u hold this mum, she put her hand out flat and I put the container on her hand she goes "whats on the bottom" as she was turning it over and freaked out with terror and told me it wasn't funny but when my older sister came over minutes later my mum said do it to her and she hates spiders so u can imagine her reaction.
Had a spider living in a huge web for weeks above the outside bins and never knew what kind it was. Thanks to your site I have worked out its a Jewel Spider, very pretty. My youngest daughter was bitten by a baby white tail on the side of her big toe. It came up like a blister, but was black! Took her to the doctors who just said that it was a normal blister that had got dirt in it yeah right. After a week, it split on the side and oozed black liquid. After the skin dried and fell off, she was left with a indent in the side of her toe, that took weeks to grow out.
To this day you can still see where the indent was, as its left a 10cent size pale scar, and this happened 3 years ago!
Now all white tails are swept up and put outside. Have long feared all Arachnid species.. Living in Australia you grow up learning the phrase 'better to be safe than sorry'. I don't care if they're deadly or not they come near me I shall squish, firebomb or bug spray the crap out of them!!! Daddy long legs I have battled with, I know they can't harm humans, but when they drop in on you in the shower they just feel so damn creepy!! Even the redbacks here aren't marked the same, the ones I've found in the loo have browny reddish marks on the underside of their abdomen Also sitting out the back one night a grey spider decided to try climbing my leg..
I flipped out and threw my thongs at it and it hopped away?! I didn't even hit it!! I have a pet daddy long legs. It freaked me out when it was shedding. I didn't know it got bigger, it was huge already! It freaked me out and I was crying and everything, but then I saw its "skeleton" twitch a bit! I didn't give up hope! Later, I came back up and saw it had moved! It had spread out its legs! Then later, it had moved away from its shell and compared to what it looked like before, I think it's bigger than a regular daddy long legs!
It had taken off its body of its shell and put it back on, but other then that, it looks almost ghostly! I have a new name for my pet. At first I thought it wasn't even a daddy long legs! It made me feel worse when I counted its legs wrong.
I thought it had eight legs instead of seven! My spider has seven legs, so when I recounted, I was all like, "Oh my god yay! It was called "That spider," or "My spider," or possibly "Seven," due to her legs. And that is the story of Ghostly the spider. I thought I recognized the Redback Spider. They have eight eyes arranged in three rows,their eyes reflect light well, allowing someone with a flashlight to easily hunt for them at night and don't build webs as they hunt on the ground.
They come in many colour pattens depending on their habitat. I love this spider as they are loving mums and carry their hatchlings on their backs: I have two Golden Orbs in my car port I have to remember to duck around the one at the front. I love watching her, I speak to her everyday. I feed her little green grasshoppers every mornings when she sees me she comes down her web waiting for her breakfast. Have a tent spider Out the back at the moment are they common in Perth.
Not seen one before. I just came home from work and saw what I thought was a big black rat on the drive, i thought WT? Does anyone know what type of spider it is and is it dangerous? Jak, you probably saw a giant huntsman - also they are not black they can go very dark.
Don't stump on spiders. Think of your size and its size. The poor thing must have been so frightened. Spiders are shy normally except of course the funnel web when its looking for a mate.
Still you wouldn't like a big giant stomping on you? Chase them away they don't like humans anyway. Kinda wished I'd never read this site. Won't tell my kids Built a Metal Cat Enclosure 2m x 1. Ungrateful so and so's I was once sitting on my lounge when a huge huntsman spider ran up my arm and bit me. The bite site constantly changed it became itchy, then it blistered, went lumpy, got itchy again, had two lumps then they turned red.
This went on for 3wks and then I woke up and it was all gone. I am terrified of spiders then 15 minutes ago I'm sitting outside having a cuppa. I like about the flower spiders because the're white and flower and that's my favourite thing: As a Perthite I have many Spider Stories.
I love Spiders in the Main, but when surprised by them its "Fight or Flight". As a 5th Grader we all had to do Science Experiments on Silk Silkworms being the preferred Teachers Choice. She then trips over our bags behind our desks and squashes my shoebox with my silk worm Experiment inside. I was then allowed to demonstrate how Spiders use silk. That was awesome, 6 Garden Orb Spiders were collected and as I'm standing out the front of the class with all of them on me the first 2 rows of desks were cleared back to the 3rd row as they were frightened Quick, Big, and aim straight for you when they run Strange though that Tarantulas dont bother me My Ex Wife is terrified of Spiders and one day while vising my Mum in Mandurah 5 Acre Bushland Property there was this Hugh Huntsman sitting on the wooden beam right over the sliding door leading outside, I was ordered to get rid of it the Ex is scarier than the Spider.
I used Flyspray and it just sat there and took it So I just turned the can over and clubbed it My Dad was bitten by 2 Redbacks Early 80's within seconds of each other while cleaning up his Shed Spiderland Theme Park would be a better name. Severe localised Pain around the bites and Nausea, but he came through it after days and didn't need Hospital treatment.
Some Experts claim that among other things we eat Spiders while we sleep in our lifetime I must be below average as I've never noticed a spider leg stuck between my teeth in the morning!!!! I didn't think the house spiders lived in the bushland though Omg, if you think Black Spiders are bad and Brown Spiders are ok Look up the Brown Recluse Spider and pray you don't come across one So pleased those Garden Orbs hide away during the day as they are everywhere in my yard at the moment and they are ridiculously huge and scary!
I hate spiders, and am quite terrified of them, but could never bring myself to kill them, I just order someone to get rid of it and take it as far away from my property as they can! Hey, I loved the info and the pics! I've had heaps of encounters with huntsmans and i get bitten by spiders a lot, not sure why but they seem to like biting me, but I'm still not scared of them, and afraid of big moths!!
I used to bring my mum spiders as presents, even red backs When I was about 4 I had a massive huntsman sleep next to me, it wasn't scared of me and when I touched it it would move a little It was kinda my friend!
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