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Mar 28, 2020 23:21 |  #436

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This guy* was very busy.

*girl?


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Mar 29, 2020 00:01 |  #437

Two more from my backyard:

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Mar 29, 2020 01:10 |  #438

A couple shots of a small male jumper


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Mar 29, 2020 03:48 |  #439

I love the way jumper look into the lens.


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Mar 29, 2020 04:38 |  #440

really enjoy these spider photos.
Very well done.

Curious how you find such.
If I go looking I find Huntsman, Jack Jumpers and Bull ants, centipedes, but nothing colourful and scary like some of these. :-)



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Mar 29, 2020 17:57 |  #441

Another one from the yard


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Mar 30, 2020 16:54 |  #442


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Mar 30, 2020 23:09 |  #443

Interesting little jumper from today, it's the first time I have seen one with a blue-ish tint to the eyes


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Mar 31, 2020 01:25 |  #444

Found this guy on the porch


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Apr 01, 2020 19:13 |  #445

From the yard..


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Apr 01, 2020 20:50 |  #446

For those interested and possibly go searching
Seven new species of Australia's colourful 'dancing' peacock spider discovered
https://www.abc.net.au …pider-discovered/12110306 (external link)



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Apr 02, 2020 00:21 |  #447

avondale87 wrote in post #19038507 (external link)
For those interested and possibly go searching
Seven new species of Australia's colourful 'dancing' peacock spider discovered
https://www.abc.net.au …pider-discovered/12110306 (external link)

Yes I saw that in a rare moment of looking at the news. Despite WFH because of the lockdown I am just a busy with work!


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Apr 02, 2020 09:28 |  #448

A long jawed orb weaver in my garden a couple of days ago.

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Apr 02, 2020 12:25 |  #449

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Apr 03, 2020 19:14 |  #450

It's been a while since I found a spider to photograph, but rummaging around in the garden this morning I found a splendid male Zoropsis spinimana, out looking for fun with his boxing gloves on.

Much to my chagrin I turned my back on him whilst fiddling with a camera dial and he latched onto my forefinger with a bound and gnashing of fangs. I squealed a little, I admit, and waited with some trepidation for my finger to turn green or purple and fall off. None of this happened and I was soon kicking myself for shaking him off onto the lawn where I think he has gone to hide under the garden bench. I considered putting up a warning sign but since the whole family found it so bloody funny I'm not going to :)


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