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May 30, 2020 00:16 |  #512

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May 30, 2020 03:55 |  #513

This really is the absolute best name of any thread, at any time, anywhere on the world wide web! :rolleyes:

:idea: ...until somebody creates the "The Spider Web Thread"

... or "The Super Wide World Wide Web Thread"...


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May 31, 2020 20:25 |  #514

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Jun 01, 2020 05:42 |  #515

Huntsman spider (Holconia sp.?).
Not the normal Hunstman that I see, in fact I think it's a new genus for me.

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Jun 01, 2020 17:02 |  #516

First time with my new Laowa 65mm 2X. This is around 1:1. I need to work on the higher magnifications


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Jun 04, 2020 06:40 |  #517

Same spider, but in IR


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Jun 05, 2020 17:27 |  #518

I looked out my window & saw this guy on my porch. I brought him in, fed him & let him rest while I got an enclosure ready for him. Took a yellow Dahlia out of the garden for a few shots then put him in his enclosure.


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Jun 05, 2020 19:04 |  #519

After taking the shot above, I went outside to catch another. There are now 2 species all around my house. The dark one above & a lighter colored one. The lighter colored ones are a faction the size of the black one. For all I know, they may just be a younger version of the black ones. Anyhow, much smaller & a whoooooooole lot quicker. Not a great image, just more of a documentary shot.


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Jun 06, 2020 09:12 |  #522

Same spider above just before he decided to jump onto my 6x8 soft box. I'm glad I shot this in RAW, it's belly was in complete shadow & was able to bring back a little. I posted the second shot because it's the best view of it's fangs that I got. The white things you see all over the eyes and face are some scales left over from the moth I had just fed him.


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Jun 07, 2020 00:52 |  #524

Some colourful subtropical jumpers from Brisbane :)

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Jun 07, 2020 22:51 |  #525

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