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Camouflaged Lynx Spider
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Posted By: eaglem, 03-14-2014, 05:02 PM

only a little one.



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a little closer


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03-14-2014, 05:10 PM   #2
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cute little spider, so small it would be easy to miss.
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cute little spider, so small it would be easy to miss.
It nearly was missed Bob.
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You were certainly on the ball to spot that! Fascinating - something I've never seen before. Beautifully taken, as usual.

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You were certainly on the ball to spot that! Fascinating - something I've never seen before. Beautifully taken, as usual.
Thank you for the kind words.
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Is it dangerouse?
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Is it dangerouse?
Not they are not dangerous in any way and would run away from us if approached.
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Very cool! Amazing clarity as always. She has quite the setup! specialized for one variety of prey. Think of the time saved not having to build a web!

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What a tiny fellow - nice job, EM.

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Good catch. I don't think I've ever seen a yellow one. The ones around here are green. The crab spiders here will change color according to what color flower they are living on at the time.
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Very cool! Amazing clarity as always. She has quite the setup! specialized for one variety of prey. Think of the time saved not having to build a web!
Exactly...........

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What a tiny fellow - nice job, EM.

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And he was Jer...

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Good catch. I don't think I've ever seen a yellow one. The ones around here are green. The crab spiders here will change color according to what color flower they are living on at the time.

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We get a lot of little golden brown ones here.
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Very interesting capture EM love the effect of the saturation.
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Cute little guy.... nice capture.
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What a great shot EM. I love all those golds and oranges.
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Very interesting capture EM love the effect of the saturation.

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Cute little guy.... nice capture.
Thank you also.......

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What a great shot EM. I love all those golds and oranges.

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Thanks Susan.
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