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Oct 08, 2018 02:08 |  #1

This is the coastal peacock spiders dance mode when displaying to the females , you can see the orange fringe that they show only when they are displaying, such a fascinating display to watch , it was unfruitful this time , his moves didn't impress she jumped at him , knocking him off the leaf after i took this frame, the both disappeared into the undergrowth, not sure if she eat him sorry to say , its tough being a little spider :)


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Oct 08, 2018 03:40 |  #2

justrick wrote in post #18724598 (external link)
This is the coastal peacock spiders dance mode when displaying to the females , you can see the orange fringe that they show only when they are displaying, such a fascinating display to watch , it was unfruitful this time , his moves didn't impress she jumped at him , knocking him off the leaf after i took this frame, the both disappeared into the undergrowth, not sure if she eat him sorry to say , its tough being a little spider :)
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Wow, that's a stunning image! Behavior, color and pattern all showcased beautifully


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Oct 08, 2018 04:41 |  #3

Stunning indeed! Great shot Rick!



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Oct 09, 2018 00:17 |  #4

Wonderful shot of an amazing spider
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Oct 09, 2018 11:50 |  #5

Stunning capture of this amazing spider Rick.


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