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Lens: Sigma 105mm F2.8 Macro Camera: Pentax K-3 Photo Location: Perth Western Australia 
Posted By: eaglem, 03-26-2016, 06:26 PM

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03-26-2016, 06:35 PM   #2
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You guys sure have some ugly spiders under there. Nice shot!
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You guys sure have some ugly spiders under there. Nice shot!
I can't recall any entering a Beauty Contest so you may be right..............
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Nice shot of a great looking spider. How big was it?

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Nice shot of a great looking spider. How big was it?
A span of about 2.5 to 3 inches.
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no way I could ever live in Australia - to many big bugs (especially spiders) :-)
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no way I could ever live in Australia - to many big bugs (especially spiders) :-)
You leave them alone and they leave you alone. They aren't in great abundance which is good.
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You really got a nice, crisp shot!
Thank goodness this species doesn't hang around here...2-3" is a huge spider!

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You really got a nice, crisp shot!
Thank goodness this species doesn't hang around here...2-3" is a huge spider!
They are fairly harmless Tom which is good.
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