Spiders from Europe, Australia and some immunology

     
Cheiracanthium erraticum

This site contains over 1800 pictures of European and Australian spiders and information about them.
The European spiders were mainly found in The Netherlands and France. The Australian spiders were for the greater part found in Queensland and in lesser amounts in the Northern Territory, Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. The European spider site can be read in English, Dutch, Polish and some pages in Esperanto, the Australian pages are English.
There is a section about the common biology of the spider, and the venomity of spiders.

I try to identify the spiders from the pictures I made. Therefore there may be errors in the determination.
This site is regularly updated with newer pictures. Before 2005 the pictures were digitized with a Nikon Coolscan III from negatives or color slides. Since 2005 the pictures are digital images made with a Minolta dynax 7D with 100 mm macro lens or a Canon 550D with MP-E 65 mm 5x macro lens.

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The European spider site


The Australian spider site

Araneoj en Esperanto


Spinnen in het Nederlands


European spiders thumbnails


Australian spiders thumbnails


Europese spinnen miniplaatjes


Other interestings

I spent my day on a immunological diagnostic and research laboratory. Some spin-off programs and information can be found at the lower part of this page.
Below you can also find an entry to the life and works of my grand father Hein de Bruin
Klaverjassen is a Dutch card game. The program below is an adaption of the original game and has to be played with two persons. In this case you against the computer. All programs are free of charge or what so ever.

 

HeindeBruin/Hein-de-Bruin.htm

 
A booklet with everything you wanted to know about IgG-subclasses issued by Sanquin, the Netherlands

Calibration programs

Werk en leven van de dichter en prozaschrijver Hein de Bruin  
       
To play with   To listen to To mail me: Click

Klaverjas

Mastermind


A Dutch radio play for children
Hoorspel Olifantje Boem

This page was revised by Ed Nieuwenhuys: 26 December 2012
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