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This photo was taken on September 9th, 2006 on the acreage of a bed and breakfast on the outskirts of Tucson. VERY cool place to stay, as it was adjacent to the eastern unit of Saguaro National Park. They have 40 acres of the same kind of Saguaro cactus, Sonoran Desert habitat as the national park has. Right next to their home they have a little pond that a lot of animals use to drink from. I found this lovely creature hanging out around the pond right at sunset.
I'm pretty sure it's a male Arizona Blonde Tarantula (also called "Desert Tarantula" alot out there), but there are 30 species of Tarantula in Arizona, so I could be wrong.
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