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Another Spider ID needed

 
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Mar 16, 2009 07:44 |  #1

This is another picture taken with a 50mm lens reversed onto a 18-55 kit lens.
Anyone have any idea what spider is this? I don't see this around much and this one kept running away. The best I could do was to get him from behind :) . Click for larger image.


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Mar 16, 2009 07:52 |  #2

look like lynx spider for me


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Mar 16, 2009 08:52 |  #3

lynx spider for sure, looks to me like a male


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Mar 16, 2009 08:56 |  #4

+1 on Lynx


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Mar 17, 2009 09:40 |  #5

Thanks for the ID guys, really a great help. Searched on the net and found some interesting facts about it :)


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