Spiny Spider Adjustable Bracelet Glow-in-the-Dark
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Spiny Spider Glow-in-the-Dark Adjustable Bracelet - Spiny Spider (Gasteracantha fornicata) - This arachnid has the distinction of being the first spider in Australia collected by Captain Cook's crew in 1770. It has an unmistakable vibrant yellow hard outer shell and horizontal stripes against a deep maroon background. The small body (1/4” to 5/8”) and very short legs are also maroon. A total of six spines protrude from the sides and bottom end of the “shell” which protects it from becoming a quick snack for a bird. Commonly seen in the forest, the Spiny Spider is not toxic but has a sharp bite. Its web is usually not far from the ground, often being attached to shrubs or fences. This neat bracelet has the extra advantage of glowing in the dark after being exposed to a light source. Comes with an adjustable handwoven natural fiber band that will fit just about any size wrist or ankle.
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