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Sep 17, 2022 18:38 |  #1111

colorful jumping spider (external link) (Yes, it's a name)

1. Jumps up

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2. Jumps down

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3. Back off!

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Sep 18, 2022 05:12 as a reply to  @ realairlight's post |  #1112

Wow!

Thank you for that gold cup award!
I'm so happy about it:-)

RAL


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Sep 18, 2022 20:06 |  #1113

My youngest spotted this spider on our deck. I waited a few days until its spiderlings hatched (first photo). Both are stacked and run thru Topaz.


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Sep 19, 2022 07:43 |  #1114

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Sep 22, 2022 05:33 |  #1116

A Jumping spider (external link)


1. She guards her eggs.

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2. She jumps onto my hand when I am trying to move the leaf for focusing

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3. I release this great mother back to her nest.

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I can not find her position on the 90 known spiders in Singapore (external link).

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Sep 25, 2022 08:03 |  #1117

canon 50mm, f14 + 21mm extnsion tube


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Still learning English. Sorry for language bugs. My job: alldatarecovery.pl (external link) my hobby: flickr (external link)

  
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Sep 25, 2022 13:58 |  #1118

Choosing a mate is never easy or is it a fight to the death?!


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Sep 25, 2022 14:47 |  #1119

Spider version of walking on coals...


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Sep 27, 2022 06:48 |  #1120

Stolicza's Crab Spider Thomisus stoliczkai(Thorell, 1887) (external link)

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Sep 27, 2022 12:58 |  #1121

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Stolicza's Crab Spider Thomisus stoliczkai(Thorell, 1887) (external link)

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Lovely specimen!

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Sep 27, 2022 13:01 |  #1122

Now moved over from the 70D to the newly released mirrorless R10 (posted this pic in that thread about R series bodies) but seeing as the first decent image of an insect is a spider, it would be churlish not to share in the spider thread.

False Widow spider, Steatoda nobilis male.

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Sep 28, 2022 00:11 |  #1123

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Lovely specimen!

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Oct 01, 2022 18:21 |  #1125

The cross spider - or European Garden Spider, became an early subject of me trying the EVF on my new R10.

The major issue was this little lady was easily more than 6 feet up a bush - and I am just about 6 feet tall - putting her almost out of range for sticking my eye to a viewfinder and getting into a position allowing photographs to be taken

Still, unperturbed, I fired of a few and here are 3 from this attempt. Next time, I think I'll take a step ladder with me.

Incidentally, it was pitch dark, as these were taken around 11pm....

Garden spiders of course, like to be upside down....

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